I made a quick little hack where I modified the original Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man ROMs to switch them to Pac-Woman and Mr. Pac-Woman, complete with a little top-hat and bowtie to let you know that Mr. Pac-Woman is male. Enjoy!
It's been a long time since I've posted on Goole+, but it's also been a long time since I've had a finished project. I started making these shortly before my son was born, and I've finally had time to complete them just in time for his first birthday.
Shortly before my son was born I decided to make a set of alphabet blocks decorated with things that his mother and I were looking forward to sharing with him. I started work, and then he was born. Now, coming up on his first birthday, I've finally finished. (Apparently, shop time is hard to ...
Scooby-Doo was my favourite cartoon growing up. I think it'd be fair to say I was obsessed with it. Thanks to this article, I can now be retroactively justified in that obsession.
The key points: in Scooby-Doo, that bad guys aren't monsters, they're liars. Liars who prey on people's superstitions. Adult liars, who are ultimately exposed by clever children (and a dog) who don't fight them, but rather expose them as frauds using their intelligence and the powers of reason.
My latest project (and first commercial product) is the Pianocade, a synthesizer that sounds (and feels!) like vintage arcade games. Come hear how it works, play with it, eat tasty food, and maybe even preorder one, this coming Wednesday the 15th!
Last weekend, I had the pleasure of participating in Nuit Blanche as a co-curator of the Chiptunes concert at TIFF Bell Lightbox. My main contribution was designing and building these simple noisemaker circuits to hand out to the audience. I was surprised at how well they went over!