3D printing is awesome as it has given us a ton of cool projects, like 3D printing an old Honda motorcycle and recently, a man from New Zealand managed to 3D print a tiny drill that works. Speaking of tiny 3D printed objects, Formi Lab’s Michael Curry has recently decided to 3D print a tiny television, which when combined with a tiny display will actually work. Read full post →This Cute, Tiny 3D Printed TV Actually Works
A couple of days ago we reported that thanks to Unity developer Erik Roystan, he managed to get the classic Super Mario 64 up and running in web browsers through the use of the Unity engine. It also helped to boost the graphics quality of the game, which is rather old, making it look like it is a relatively new game released for one of Nintendo’s current consoles.
Now with Nintendo talking about making games for mobile devices, how would a game like Super Mario 64 run on a smartphone? James Fletcher from Mobot decided to see what that would be like and basically converted Roystan’s Super Mario 64’s Unity project into an iPhone project, throwing in some virtual controls in the process. Read full post →Here’s What Super Mario 64 On The iPhone 6 Looks Like