Today’s subject is a little delicate, and I hesitated a long time before writing this article. The product I’m going to talk about, the Matt Card, is originally used to help technicians, and I do not really like to explain how to override Apple’s protections. But I have to say the solution is a little too obvious and a little too easy.
Many years ago (in 2015), I told you about my Xbox 360 development kit, based on a Power Mac G5. And I finally managed to make it work.
Talking of weird CDs, the CD+MIDI is a special case: it’s rare, obscure, and complicated to read. And it’s been a while since I’ve been trying to find one, so it’s been a little hard to read. Demonstration.
Several months ago, I explained my concerns with Parrot’s Flower Power. One day, my sensor had decided to stop working, just like that. And I saved him.
In the accessories of the Bandai Pippin, the Apple console, the floppy drive remains rather rare. A French reader who had one loaned it to me for a test on this blog. I took the opportunity to clone the card.
After a long search, I finally collected an interesting device for a test: a PALplus decoder. Coupled with a compatible LaserDisc, this technology significantly improves the picture quality in widescreen.
My readers (you) are great. A few years ago, I was asking for help with a little project: the reuse of the Power Mac G4 Cube speakers on a recent Mac. Then Jean designed a small program that allows it.
Looking for information, I found a hack coming from the 80s : turning a UnidDisk 3.5 (for Apple II, incompatible with Macintosh) into a driver for Mac.
I have been using external GPU (eGPU) for years – my first installation is more than 4 years old – and I feel I have some expertise on the subject, especially on OS X. And then, I realize that the reality is widely fantasized by some people, and the success of a Kickstarter project for an external GPU (the Wolfe) shows that there actually is a problem.
Since the sequel is released out today, let’s have a little post on the original movie of 1996, which showed a prototype on screen.