Load the page, it'll ask you if it can use your computer's webcam (if it has one). Let it. It'll show every frame from your camera as if it were coming from a Gameboy Camera.
A "linux" written in python, for the Raspberry Pi Pico. Important note: Do not take this project seriously.
It runs on the rpi pico, circuitpython 7. You can optionally attach a SSD1306 display for output, a ds1302 RTC (make sure to set fixrtc to false from config.json) for persistent time or a w5500 networking breakout board for networking. For the missing hardware the functions will be automatically deactivated. (The hardware will also be deactivated in case of missing libraries.). It expects to find a /LjinuxRoot folder which uses as it's root. It can be on the built in fs, or an sd card, more details at Configuration.
Give it your Github username and it'll visualize the last year of account activity as a 3d model that resembles a city's skyline, which you can download an .stl of to fab if you want.
Music by DET: https://soundcloud.com/detmusic
Upload an image and data that you'd like converted into a QR code, and the site will combine the two into a QR code that can also be read by a scanner. Animated images are possible by using this service to upload individual frames which can then be stitched back together into an animated .gif or .png.
A site which takes a totally legit copy of the ROM of Final Fantasy 1 for the original NES and lets you randomize many aspects of the game, including the type of game (regular, hunting for x of something, boss rush, boss battle types), whether or not the bugs in the original ROM are fixed, what's in the shops, and other things. You can supply a seed to the randomizer or let it pick its own. Then download the ROM, load it into an emulator, and see how you do.
Don't tell me there's a web site that tells you everything you could possibly want to know about Get Smart?
Yes, WouldYouBelieve.com, the oldest Get Smart site on the web has an episode guide, show history, FAQ, bios, lists of gadgets, passwords, agents and much more!
I asked you not to tell me that!
Type arbitrary text, it's encoded onto one of a number of types of punchards. Download the image.
A specialized packet sniffer that grabs images from wireless networks as people surf the net.
An open source clone of the game Worms in which you manipulate a team of characters (usually earthworms) to box, pummel, blow up, and otherwise mangle the characters of the other team in a cartoon-like fashion. Network/deathmatch play possible.
A gallery of images made by sticking random toys into a radiograph.
An open source platform/strategy game reminiscent of Worms.
A website about randomness, (pseudo-)random number generators, and cryptographic entropy. Contains discussions of these topics as well as some online RNGs to play with.
An interesting article on tips to help you get into the mindset to make stuff.
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