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Tango down: Google’s first AR project officially shuts down March 1

(Source: arstechnica.com)

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  • Now that Google’s newest augmented reality project, ARCore, is out and functioning, the company is ready to admit that its old augmented reality project—Tango—is dead. 510 more words

    Technology

    Ternary arithmetic

    One of the weird things with ternary computing, i.e., computing with the base three instead of two, is how much more versatile this technique is. 573 more words

    Coding

    If 3D Printer, Then Custom Aluminum Extrusion Brackets

    Aluminum extrusions are a boon for mechanical assemblies, but they require a stock of brackets and other hardware to be kept on hand. has decided to make things a little easier for prototyping and low-stress assemblies by creating… 178 more words

    3d Printer Hacks

    A teaser

    I’m preparing an Assembly for Fedora to be deployed in Leipzig by the end of the year.  More about this in a future post I’m preparing.  26 more words

    News

    Xeno Crisis - A New Sega Genesis Game Coming Late 2018


    At a very slow but steady drip our beloved Sega Genesis and Mega Drive game library is still growing. And this latest addition looks like it could be something special. 621 more words

    Sega

    A 1986 bulletin board system has brought the old Web back to life in 2017

    (Source: arstechnica.com)

    Limited to an anachronistic 1200 bits per second, it took several moments for the green-phosphor ASCII art to scroll from the bottom to the top of the screen. 1,445 more words

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