Bethesda Game Studios is known for making some massive games. From Fallout 3 to the most recent Elder Scrolls game, Skyrim, the developer’s pedigree for making large, living worlds in video games is unquestioned. So when Alexander J. Velicky decided to submit an application to work at Bethesda, he created an epic mod that should make the developers (or anyone) proud.…Read More »
Developer Nathan Broadbent apparently felt that his microwave wasn’t doing enough by simply heating up his food, so he hacked it.
More specifically, he combined it with a Raspberry Pi micro-computer (the type frequently used by hackers and modders) to add a plethora of new and unusual features to the cooking device, including a self-setting clock that updates itself across the Internet, a barcode scanner that takes cooking instructions from an online database (and since one doesn’t exists, Broadbent is building his own), custom sound effects, and the ability to respond to voice commands.…Read More »