Almost 2 years exactly since my Ouya post and the company has sold up to Razer. I’m not going to do a retrospective but I would like to make a couple of comments, given my original praise of the microconsole.
I’ll admit it, I’m quite excited about the OUYA. Compared to the AAA cruise liners, piloted by marketing department budgets, give me the speeds boats, yachts, RIBs, kayaks and coracles of the mobile and indie marketplaces any day.
Lots of links and details about connecting an original DEC VT220 hardware serial terminal to a Raspberry Pi, using a MAX3232 TTL to RS232 serial converter.
Some tips if you think you’d be interesting in working for FinBlade as a programmer. Extra points if you create your CV with LaTex.
This post is about the recent experience I gained in creating a game for a public event which included an incredibly large projected display of the game itself. My insight is about the game development of course, the event production, staging, organizing, funding, marketing and everything else was a job undertaken by many people from […]
Creating DVD videos is still, somewhat surprisingly I think, a task of monumental frustration on a PC. It beggars belief that what must be an extremely common task, one for which PCs are specifically sold in many cases, takes so much effort and specialist knowledge.