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In this article, Chris reviews the 130 Watt Thunder Laser Nova 51 Laser Cutter currently getting heavy use at Fuse33 Maker Space.
Blender is a fully featured 3D design tool with abilities ranging from regular CAD and sculpting all the way through to fully rendered movie-quality CGI animation. Now, obviously, Z-Brush is highly regarded for sculpting minis, statues, action-figures, and other organic shapes, and I love ZBrushCore ($180~) but if you are looking for a completely free […]
Sienci Mill One desktop CNC router is a compact, open-source, partially enclosed CNC machine for hobbyists and learners. Let’s check it out!
Review of the ELEGOO Saturn resin 3D printer – ELEGOO mid-size MSLA printer with 4k mono screen and larger build area than the ELEGOO Mars
Retro gamers, I have a new retro blog just for you!
In this tutorial we will write a cross-platform, retro C program that accepts keyboard control of a text-based player character on screen.
Programming in C traditionally starts with outputting “Hello World” to the text console/terminal command-line. In the previous C tutorial we looked at that code but didn’t examine it, so let’s do that now, and expand to include input from the user so we can start making useful code. We will also look at the essentials […]
Learn to code in C and create your own retro games with this free multi-part C programming tutorial series. But first, why learn to program in C? TL;DR C is one of the most sought-after languages in its own right, it has spawned or inspired lots of other super popular languages, and learning C is […]
Retro computing and retro games have had a renaissance. I love it. The community has never been so vibrant. As I write this, my friend Andy has won an award for his brand new Commodore Vic 20 computer game! While I have enjoyed emulation for many years (as regular readers are no-doubt fully aware), and […]