- Jan 11, 2009
That is creepy, awesome, and something I would love to do in my case.....
Also, opening the door for circuit-board wallpaper and capacitor bedside tables? CMOS chip pillows? An expansion card bed? I suppose I'll still give him some points if he replicated an actual room in his place, even if it doesn't recurse.Threesan said:
Not if you equip the miniature room with a miniature air-conditioning.Emphraim said:Wow that is really awesome. But wouldn't this be bad for cooling?
What if this isn't a tiny room, it's just a HUGE computer and the Ruskies are just messing with us?nilcypher said:Tiny Living Room Found In PC
A Russian case modder has built a tiny living room inside a PC. There is really nothing more to be said.
If you've ever heard the line "'Will you walk into my parlour?' Said the spider to the fly" and wondered what a spider's parlour might look like, then look no further.
Yes, I appreciate you've probably never been all that bothered about spider parlours, but I have to write something to go with the picture or I'll get fired. The mod - a tiny room built inside a computer - is the work of a Russian modder known as 'newsmaker'.
He says something about the mod here [http://forum.modding.ru/viewtopic.php?t=31539] but as I don't speak Russian, I can't tell you what it is. Either way, the mod is so delightfully strange, that I felt compelled to share.
Soruce: Boing Boing [http://www.boingboing.net/2009/10/10/tiny-living-room-in.html]
Its proberly using an onboard VGA.Asehujiko said:Is it just me or is that rig missing a GPU? There are some things in the large slots but they look like sound/ethernet cards.