I found the core for my cyberdeck. It's an Eee PC 1008HA with a broken screen. Should work fine for my purposes. It's cheap, works great, and I don't have to feel bad about removing the screen. $30, yaay Craigslist.
I've been thinking of building a Gibson/Shadowrun style cyberdeck for years. Currently I'm playing with two different ideas. This little keyboard is compact and has it's own mouse pointing device, but the keys are so small I don't think I could actually do any coding on it. It'd make for a nice device for Shadowrun cosplay, but I want something that actually works. The other design I'm working on reverses this scenario, it has a larger keyboard, but a smaller screen. The scre
I haven't updated in awhile. I've been practicing drone piloting and building a craptacular POV goggles set (pics soon). My current passion is restoring my vintage 1980's Heathkit Hero 1 robot. A my friends mother saved it from going into a landfill because she knew of my hobbies. It's sat in my workshop for several years but I've decided that's it's finally time to bring it back to life. The outer panels are all missing, but the chassis and motors are fine. The batteries are