More on this later, just had to get some pictures up online so people will believe me. I got this at goodwill a couple of weeks ago- the unreleased Atari 2700. Wireless controllers...Haven't tested it yet because I'm not sure which AC adapter to use.
Right now I'm writing the new Design Fancy for Core. I'm really late on this one so I'm trying to make it good- last time I tried to get the story to fit into a theme a little bit more and had a good time doing it. Hoping for the same sort of thing this time. If you have any little details you want me to throw in, let me know.
Pictures from the last one-
I want to make some cheap synths, like the Korg Monotron. This is a quick sketch of the first one I'm thinking about. You push the button on the back and the hood lifts up and down- like a physical wah pedal. The hood would have to be pretty light weight. This thing would sell for like $39.99...There would be about 8 in the series, each one with a little twist to it- a little personality in both the functionality and the colors.
After a few months and a lot of help, the Taglieri project is done. I'd like to give a sincere thanks to Natalie Freed at Arizona State University for scanning the original board for me, and Nacho Mendez in Palo Alto for milling out the new board. The board is being shown at 400 Square Feet Later, Cite Goes America in New York. Really excited to be in the show and send me an email if you're going to be at ICFF. Here are some quick shots of the finished piece. It's named after the person that created the original wear pattern- my Girlfriend's Grandma, Dosolina.