Friday, December 27, 2013

Pocket Scheme on EMONSTER S11HT (Tytn II)!

Pocket Scheme on EMONSTER S11HT (Tytn II)!

Sorry it's not a very good photo (barely legible lol), but I had to use my Vaio Z's webcam since I don't have a camera with me at the moment. I will post more pictures of me using Pocket Scheme later. I really like Pocket Scheme!

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Apple PowerBook Duo Ad

Apple PowerBook Duo Ad Mikey showed me today. Very cool. :)

Sunday, December 22, 2013

More Random Thoughts!

My last post, which as supposed to be about my new IS01, ended up getting more towards rambling, so I got some inspiration for another post. The main topic for this will be use of old technology, but since it is random thoughts, you can expect it to be more than just that! I haven't done one of these in a long time so here goes!

The whole point of this blog was actually for old computers, which is why it is called classical computing, versus modern computing. I have a passion for older stuff because I enjoy using it to its limit. I enjoy getting use out of the old stuff that other people just toss in a drawer to slowly rot away. So I guess you could say I rescue the unwanted and unloved electronics.

So the question a lot of people ask me is what I use the stuff for and my response is if it can save and edit a text file, and I can get the file onto a more modern device, then I will find a use for it. Pretty much I will use it as a digital memo pad at the very least. Sometimes that is the only use, but I try and find any use I possibly can.

Depending on the age of the device, as well as what it is, I enjoy using it to simply type up stuff such as recipes. That is one thing that started off as wanting to type up a few recipes from a cookie book a friend of mine had. That was when I noticed that I had an excuse to use my new toy, which at the time was a touch screen netbook. The netbook in particular is an Asus T91, which I admit was a mistake now that I look back.

It uses a 16GB SSD, but the issue with it is the speed. they used a slower, and therefore cheaper drive. That means when it is accessed, the netbook gets very leggy. It is a pain to change it, which is one of the reasons I have yet to change it. The other is that getting to it is a pain.

In fact, you cannot even get to he battery on it either. This was my fault however because I chose to ignore the reviews saying that it was slow. I had assumed that people said that it was slow because it was a netbook and they were simply tying to do too much with it. I have another netbook, one that uses a real hard drive, as well as a different Atom processor, that was far more usable. I had also upgraded it to 2GB of RAM though.

That was a lesson I learned. When someone says that it is slow, and you are ordering online, you should listen to it. I didn't want to return it since I liked the hardware, and thought that maybe using something other than Windows would help. I personally used my other netbook as a main computer for awhile after all. I was able to run a few programs at a time like Firefox and iTunes with no issues.

I still use the T91 for some stuff actually. Using old Palm handhelds, that netbook comes in handy for when I need to sync it since Palm doesn't have a proper USB driver for dual core or multi threaded processors. That was the first time I had a blue screen on Windows 7 actually.

I would use the other, and much better netbook if it didn't need a new screen cable. At certain points in the hinge, the screen will cut out or at the least flicker rather badly with lines in image. That is something I could probably fix but don't feel like spending more money. That netbook is also an Asus, in this case the 1005pe model in blue.

When I first got it, it was quite nice. I had upgraded the hard drive to a whopping 500GB even though a friend of mine told me that it was a waste for a netbook. It was also supposed to get an impressive 14 hour battery life but that was something I never truly tested. It had lasted me long enough that I had never needed to test it fully.

Personally, the way I look at it, is more about how you use what you have. I used to go after all of the newest stuff, which is nice to have, but sometimes the old stuff does something better, or something the newer stuff doesn't do at all. I still love new stuff, and I do buy new stuff like my Nexus 7, but I am not using that to type this up. For that I am using a combination of devices like the IS01 that I just last week.

The thing is, there are things that older stuff I have does that my newer stuff doesn't do. For example, my old NEC MobilePro 780 can work with multiple open files like two files in Word. That was good for school since I could work on different things.

The NEC was one of my favorite things to use in school actually, even though it was of limited use because the few applications that I could find for Windows CE often didn't work with the MIPS processor or the older version of Windows CE that it ran. In this case, it was 2.11, which was not upgradable like it is today.

My Evo runs Android 4.0.4, which is also known as Ice Cream Sandwich, but officially, it could only be upgraded to 2.3 or Ginger Bread. That is the reason why I love Android so much. Most devices have custom ROMs, like Cyanogenmod.

I think it is best that I end this here as it is already quite long. I will probably post more stuff later on.

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Some Screenshots of Blox and Invaders!

Here are some screenshots of Blox and Invaders! played on MobilePro 400 I took. The screenshot of the Invaders! couldn't be shot well, because it was in full-screen mode.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

NEC MobilePro 400 Arrived!

Here's a picture of MobilePro 400 that Mikey sent me as a Christmas present. :) It's nice, it runs Windows CE 1.0, and was made in Philippines. It was released in 1997, so it's 16 years old! I can run it with 3V AA batteries, so I don't have to worry about forgetting an AC adapter or the battery running low as long as I have the backup battery in it that holds charge.

The MobilePro 400 has a PCMCIA slot so I can add a LAN card or CF card via PCMCIA adapter. I will be writing more about this classic device soon so keep tuned!

Thank you Mikey for this cool gift!

IS01 Part 2

As you might have noticed, I only posted a small update on getting the Sharp IS01. This was intentional so I could take some time to post my first impressions later after using it for a bit. This also makes it easier to post up some pictures later. It can be hard to get a very good picture sometimes when there isn't a good area for my camera to focus on. That is one of the downsides of a nice DSLR I guess.

This isn't about my choice of camera though. Though that could be a good post for later maybe. The point of this post is the device in my hand that I type this on. I like to use the device as much as I can so I can form a more detailed opinion. What I am trying to say is that I am only doing final editing like spell check and adding pictures on a computer, and typing the actual post on the IS01.

The reason for me getting this was solely for writing my book. That is something I will admit to trying several times, and usually ends up the same way. I will add a link to what I have so far at the bottom of the post, and if enough people comment about it, I will post updates here as well. Once again, that is something for a different post.

The reason I got the IS01 over something else was the size looked nice. It has a 5 inch screen which makes it smaller than my tablet, in this case the Nexus 7, but larger than my Evo that I also got from Tsubasa. While I do like the Evo, using the onscreen keyboard can be slow and annoying, but with the extended battery I use, it can out last other devices, but that is yet another post for another day.

I also ended up getting a Droid 2, from another friend that I also posted about. Although that is another post, a trend for this post it seems, I have plans to use both devices for writing. The reason being that it has a keyboard as well, but the difference being it lights up. That is one downside to the IS01.

Another downside is there is no headphone jack, at least not in a traditional sense. In Japan they used a strange looking flat jack. I do not have an adapter so that means taking something else for music use anyway. That may not be such a bad thing when you consider the fact that it only has 256MB of RAM after all. You need to keep in mind the time this came out, that was standard amount. Today we usually have at least 1GB or more. We tend to be more spoiled today.

This only has a 1GHZ single core processor too. We tend to have phones now with quad core processors, and even some rarer 8 core processors too! That is one reason why I love using stuff like this. I hate to put it this way but it makes me feel more humble. Using older stuff makes you think about what we have differently in my opinion.

We call a lot of things slow, but for me, until you use something, like an old 50MHZ 486, it is hard to know what slow really is. When you deal with something like Android 1.6 which the IS01 runs, you need to find a different way to do things. I cannot run Dropbox on here, unless I find an old version that works on 1.6, so I have to send the files with Bluetooth or use the USB cable.

I am going to end this here before it becomes a novel. I will post more about it later. As promised, a link to my book I am writing.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Got NetBSD working on W-ZERO3 WS003SH!

Got NetBSD working on W-ZERO3 WS003SH!
Keyboard works fine, some issues with touchpanel.

Pachbel's Canon in D on floppy disks

Sharp IS01

On December 13, I got another package in the mail, but this one is special. This one came from my friend, and cowriter, in Japan. Thank you to Tsubasa Kato for the Christmas gift! Right now, I am trying to get used to the keyboard layout. Since the way this is designed, there is no onscreen keyboard, so you need to use the hardware keyboard.

I am not quite sure but my best guess is that the keyboard was designed primarily for thumb use, versus putting onto a flat surface such as a desk and using your index finger. Tsubasa, leave a comment about that please. When seeing the keys, and judging by the way they feel, this is more akin to a laptop than a traditional thumb keyboard like a Treo or Blackberry would have.

This design reminds me of the Netwalker, which is also made by Sharp, so that makes sense. I will post some pictures later when I have a chance to take some.

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Ingress on HTC Desire

I got Ingress working on HTC Desire today. The HTC Desire is running Android 4.2.2 .

Sunday, December 8, 2013

More new toys!

Well, yesterday I got some more toys, which I briefly mentioned. I was too concerned with getting the phone activated, and by that I mean jail broken. Problem is I didn't get the stuff until 7, because FedEx comes late for home delivery. Which means I had less time to play with the stuff.

So, after finally figuring out what files I actuality needed, I have it jail broken and thus bypassed the phone activation, which I know would be useless since it is pretty old as far as phones are concerned anymore. It did come out in 2007 after all. It does make a decent iPod though, which is what I wanted it for anyway.

So far, I didn't get the chance to play with the other stuff yet. I can say that the Slate 7 is pretty well made, compared to my Nexus 7 at least. It has Android 4.1 on it, which is kind of old now, but still very capable. I need to root it though, which means I will probably see if I can get some form of Kit Kat on it.

I am not sure if I will do a custom ROM but I have to root it at the very least! Come to think of it I have to root the DROID2 still. The one method I tried, is rooted according to Titanium Backup but nothing else, so I need to try doing a real root method instead of the app on the DROID2 itself.

The other thing I got is an Audiovox PPC6700, which goes under a few names but the most important one would be the HTC Apache, since they are the ones who made it. Early on, HTC made a lot of stuff for other companies, such as Audiovox in this case.

While I didn't play much with it, I can say the keyboard on it feels nice. It has Windows Mobile 5 on it, which shows how old it is. I was in high school when it came out in 2006 as I recall. A friend of mine bought one because she wanted it for texting. She didn't play any games or anything on it, and I don't that she knew you could even install stuff.

I will need to play with the stuff more and maybe post some reviews as well.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Some more info on the Droid 2

Well, yesterday I got two broken DROID 2 phones from a friend of mine. One has a slightly cracked screen and the other would turn on but had no image on the screen. I was given them for that reason. I figured that either I would get a new toy or something to take apart.

The one with the crack on the screen does sort of work, but often acts weird with a lot of glitches like rotating at random and saying the car dock was connected.  I am thinking that either it got wet or something is seriously messed up with that one.

So I ended up taking apart the one that had no image on the screen too see what was connected wrong. I had thought maybe it was something simple like a loose connection, and turns out that I was right!!! Simply pressing down on the screen cable connection and it is working like nothing happened!

Sadly I didn't take any pictures of when I took it apart, but they can be found online on other sites. The important thing is that I got it working, and have a new toy to play with! Expect to see more of this soon as well as a full review!

Friday, November 29, 2013

Tried TracePing - an app that traceroutes and pings on au IS01

Tried TracePing - an app that traceroutes and pings on au IS01.

Useful for network stuff.

Random Question Time!

Does anyone have a favorite keyboard? One of mine since I can't pick just one is by Think Outside. This company is no longer around, but they made some really nice PDA keyboards such as a ultrathin Bluetooth model which does happen to work on Android...

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Compass App on au IS01

Picture of a compass app (pre-installed) on au IS01.

This might come in handy when you are in the woods without internet connection.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Sunset taken by au IS01

Sunset taken by au IS01 in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa, Japan today.
It was pretty. :)

Got au IS01 (Android smartphone)!

Got an au IS01 (Android smartphone) today!
I'm planning to send this to Mikey as a Christmas gift next month, but I'll review it until then.

au IS01


Picture taken from IS01 in my neighborhood.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Very Cool Retro stuff: Samsung SPH-P9000

Something Mikey and I were talking about today: Samsung SPH-P9000.

It's pretty cool, isn't it?

Below is a video of SPH-P9000 I found on YouTube.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Friday, November 15, 2013

Friday, November 1, 2013

Touched iPad Air Today.

Today, I went to the local electronics store to touch the iPad Air.
My opinion is that iPad Air is like a bigger iPad mini now, lol.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Link of the Day

Link of the Day

Google AI Team Lets You Build Quantum Computing Traps in Minecraft

I don't fully understand this, but it's pretty interesting.

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Clouds taken with iPad 2.

Clouds taken with iPad 2 today. I edited using Photoshop Express and InstaFrame.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Got to touch the SONY XPERIA Z1 today.

Got to touch the SONY XPERIA Z1 today at Ginza Sony Store and Sony Building's OPUS.

It was very well made, I especially liked the side, it was just beautiful.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Debian on Jornada 720

Seems like you can boot Debian on Jornada 720 according to a post I found on HPCFactor. The person on HPCFactor actually booted on Jornada 820 though.

Here are the steps to boot Debian on Jornada 720.

Good luck, do it on your own responsibility! :D

Wednesday, August 21, 2013


I have been thinking about this a lot lately, and it is something I can't seem to shake. Tsubasa and I started this blog to be about our love for old computers, which is how we met each other, but as time goes on, they are starting to become less and less useful. I have decided to leave this up to the people who read this blog, people like you, to decide. The short and simple question. Should we expand to do more modern stuff, or stick to the old retro stuff?

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Windows CE 1.01 Screenshot on Cassiopeia A-51

Windows CE 1.01 Screenshot on Cassiopeia A-51! :)

This is a machine I bought at a local store. It's pretty good, but I guess I must say I like the Sigmarion 3 or Sigmarion better.

The keys of A-51 is a little too small.

Floppy Drive Music: Levels

Yet another song is stuck in my head so here is the Classical Computing version. I didn't make this but wish I did.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Lenovo G500s Impressions

Well I guess you can say it is time for a story. The other day, my ThinkPad X200s decided to die on me. I was laying on my bed watching some videos on YouTube, talking to a few friends, and all of a sudden it just shuts down! I tried to turn it back on, thinking maybe it crashed as a few times I had woken up to the laptop, which was in sleep mode, turned off because of a crash with the power driver. I hit the power button and nothing happened, not even a flicker or the LEDs or screen.

So, I started to think that maybe the battery had died, and the power meter was off, or a cell went bad. The batteries are generic ones, so I figured that it could have happened. So naturally, I try my second battery, and once again I press the power button to not even a faint glimmer of hope. Finally I decide to plug in the charger and lo and behold, the power LED doesn't even light up to show that the charger is connected!

I tried pulling the RAM, the hard drive, and everything I can think of. I took out the battery and tried just the charger, even tried pressing and holding the power button on and off charger, with and without battery, and still nothing at all happens. With nothing left to do, I put the hard drive into my USB enclosure and copied all of my files to my desktop. I had given up all hope of the ThinkPad working again so I began my research into the world of Windows 8 laptops.

After some research, I decided to go with Lenovo once again, since I find them to be a good brand, and the ThinkPad was used, and several years old, so I cannot blame Lenovo. I had looked at other brands, and couldn't find as good of a deal as I got with this Lenovo. I picked out one of their Essentials line, which is a budget line. The laptop is simply referred to as G500s however. The best part of all this is of course the price. I only paid 500 bucks! With the tax it was 530, but that depends on what state you are in, since PA has a lower tax than NY does.

Okay so what did I get for 500? It is a 15.6 inch screen, which is honestly not my first choice, especially since the resolution is only 1366*768, which is a downgrade from my 12 inch X200s with the 1440*900 display. The important thing to remember here is that it is a BUDGET model, not obviously doesn't have all the fancy bells and whistles, and my X200s was a high end ultraportable machine. So in other words, it isn't fair to compare some of the stuff.

The processor is an Intel Core i5 3320m that runs at 2.6GHz with a Turbo Boost of 3.3GHz. Now for the 500 dollar price tag, which was actually a 100 dollars off on sale, is to me, a very good deal. Most of the other ones I had been looking at only had a Core i3at best. I would have liked a Core i7 but once again, budget model, and to have a Core i5 in a budget model is quite a deal to me. This is quite a bit faster than the Core 2 Duo the X200s had, which ran at 1.86GHz.

It also has 8GB of RAM, which is double what the X200s had. While I could have upgraded the X200s to 8GB as well, I never saw a need, so I cannot comment on how much better the extra RAM will be since I never needed it. It does amaze me to see 8GB of RAM in a BUDGET model. I know I keep repeating this but it is the truth. I will have to see how Windows 8 compares to Windows 7 in terms of memory usage.

Next up is the hard drive, which is a full 1TB! Yes, that is right, a budget model with a 1TB hard drive! The X200s only had a 500GB that I put in it, so I cannot compare those too much. Also need to note that the X200s was older and when it came out a 1TB laptop hard drive wasn't out yet.

So for now I will leave this post here, until I get some more time to use it, and I will put up a review soon. I love the Lenovo I got, but there is one last thing I will just mention. I can access the RAM, hard drive, and even the CPU under the large single removable panel on the bottom. I can even get at the battery which means I can upgrade it to a larger battery soon.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Selling set of Sigmarion 2 and Sigmarion 1 on eBay!

I am selling set of Sigmarion 2 and Sigmarion 1 on eBay

These items are very rare. The condition is very good, and highly recommended. This comes with one genuine NTT DoCoMo charger (N002M). 
Simarion 2 is made into English, and Sigmarion 1 is in Japanese.

We will ship anywhere in the world by EMS (with free tracking).

Sigmarion 2 spec:CPU: MIPS VR4131: 200Mhz 32MB Memory16MB Storage Space1 x Compact Flash slot6.2 inch 640x240 screen 1 x IrDAdimensions: 189x27x107 mm
Sigmarion 1 spec:CPU: MIPS VR4121 168Mhz32MB Memory1 x Compact Flash slot6.2 inch 640x240 screendimensions: 189x27x107 mm

Monday, August 5, 2013

Going to sell Sigmarion 2 with English MUI on eBay soon!

Going to sell Sigmarion 2 with English MUI on eBay soon, so keep watching! I will be putting up a very good condition Sigmarion 1 as well as a set.

So keep watching for posts on Classical Computing! :)

Update: 2016/5/30: If you are interested in purchasing Sigmarion 2, Feel free to contact me at: !

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Icecream Sandwich (android 4.0.3 r1) on Sharp NetWalker PC-Z1

Mikey and I have been wanting this NetWalker PC-Z1 for a while, and here's something that made us want it even more.

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

HTC Evo 4G WIMAX First Impressions

So now that I have had the Evo for about a week, I think some first impressions are in order. I would first like to extend yet another thank-you to Tsubasa! So overall, I have been happy but sadly not problem free. These problems however aren't exactly the phones fault mind you. I decided that the first thing that would be done was to have it rooted. That went easily enough using Revolutionary. As always, I also installed clockworkmod recovery, which made flashing easier. This too went smoothly but here is where the problems started. The reason I did this first was because the Sprint ROM installer (also known as a RUU) wouldn't run. So I spent some time trying to extract the ROM from the RUU and when I did get it onto an SD card and named as PC36.img so it would flash failed as well as the CID didn't match. So then I went onto XDA and got a stock and rooted ROM. So I got that installed, realized I never wiped it clean, so I did that and then I was running in the Sprint ROM with all the HTC stuff. That was when I started to run into what is an actual Evo shortcoming, low memory. I tried to use a root app uninstaller and didn't realize that it didn't really save anything since what I was removing was in system partition and not the user data partition. It would save a little bit depending on what the app stored outside of system. After finally getting annoyed to the point where new apps couldn't be installed. This is where the picture I posted comes in. This means that anyone who seen the picture already knows that I am now running Cyanogen Mod. So by now you must be thinking that was end to the issues but sadly this story continues. So, with CM (Cyanogen Mod), I have much more memory that I can use but I still put anything I can onto the SD card. This is why I use a class 10 card, specifically a SanDisk Ultra 32GB. The faster the card the better for this task. I have also tried moving some stuff to the system partition, which worked for some apps but not others. This has given issues as well such Dropbox force quitting. So now I start getting issues with my Wi-Fi not working. It had gotten stuck on obtaining an IP address so I ended up reinstalling CM because I couldn't get the apps that could fix it to run. Now I can safely say that everything is working fine, knock on wood. I have more to this story but that is for a different post right now as it involves my Nexus 7, which now runs CM10 as well. So besides all my issues I had, the Evo works great for what I wanted. The only bad thing is for Firefox, a bit more RAM would be great. The smaller size is great for stuff like using it as an MP3 player and workout tracker when walking, or just playing a quick game in bed. I am using it for chatting with people, creating and editing documents such as this post, and many other things. It supplements my Nexus 7 great! Look for a full review coming soon.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

PocketStation Google Authenticator

PocketStation Google Authenticator

I found a way to make Google Authenicator with PocketStation. 

Interesting, isn't it?

Just a quick picture of the Evo...

Still messing with it before I post a first impressions, and review. Here it is running Cyanogenmod 7.2

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

I wonder if this FPGA BitCoin Mining card video is true...

I wonder if this FPGA BitCoin Mining card video is true... If it is, this is serious thing!

Sunday, July 21, 2013

I am NOT dead YET!

Well look at that, it turns out that I am still alive! I have been pretty busy with work lately but here is a new toy I got from Tsubasa Kato and I will review soon.

Friday, July 19, 2013

Monday, July 15, 2013

Google Doodle 2013/7/15

Google Doodle 2013/7/15 viewed with Firefox 22.0.
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn version.

Monday, July 8, 2013

7/8/2013 Google Doodle

7/8/2013 Google Doodle is something related with Roswell.

on Nexus 7

on my Desktop PC.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

BitFenix Colossus Venom Gaming Chassis

BitFenix Colossus Venom Gaming Chassis I found. Pretty cool, I think. Maybe I'll make a computer using this. It will be very flashy! :P

Monday, June 24, 2013

Visited Microsoft Store

Visited Microsoft Store in Boston today.

Very cool place. I got Fitbit Zip there.

Saturday, May 25, 2013

About Windows CE.

Hi guys, sorry I've been posting about new tech.

Here's something about Windows CE.

It's a sniffer called vxSniffer made by Cambridge Computer Corporation.

If it is good, I think I will purchase the license.

Haven't tried it yet on the Sigmarion 3, but I think it will work.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Atari Breakout Easter Egg on Nexus 7

There is an easter egg of Google Image Search where you can play Atari breakout when you search for "Atari breakout". I took a screenshot of it. :)

Saturday, May 18, 2013

I tried the NTT Docomo Galaxy SC-4E's eye tracking function on the browser. (Smart Scroll)

I tried the NTT Docomo Galaxy SC-4E's eye tracking function (Smart Scroll) on the browser. The GALAXY S4 SC-04E is going to be on sale on May 23rd, 2013. It was pretty cool, although I thought for me, it might get annoying.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Tried Textcraft Today.

I tried Textcraft, a web service that makes logos like Minecraft.

To be honest I never played Minecraft, and I'm not much of a gamer, but I thought it was interesting, so I made a Classical Computing Logo with it.. :)

Monday, April 29, 2013

Updated my HTC Desire to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean!

Updated my HTC Desire to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean today.
 It didn't take much effort, it was very smooth flashing the ROM.

Here's a video of it running smoothly.

I bought the HTC Desire 3 years ago, but I didn't think it will run Android 4.2.2 this smooth. The ROM I used is called Slim VJ 2.0. Enjoy the video!

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Sigmarion III at Cafe Restaurant

Sigmarion III at Cafe Restaurant called Gusto in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa, Japan. Already 10 years since this device was made, but loving it! :)

In my opinion, there's nothing better than Sig 3 when it comes to portability and keyboard in the same device.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Friday, April 5, 2013

USNF '97

This is a game I used to enjoy playing with my old computer. I still want to play, maybe I'll get it from eBay someday soon.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Tried 3D Mark (Android Edition) on Sony Tablet P

Tried 3D Mark (Android Edition) on Sony Tablet P.

The results were pretty good for a Tegra 2 device.

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Touched Kindle Fire HD 8.9

Touched Kindle Fire HD 8.9 for the first time today.
Interesting device, and this tablet has Dobly Digital Plus in it. The photos were taken in PC DEPOT in Yokohama Minato Mirai.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Tried InstaCRT on my iPad mini

I tried InstaCRT on my iPad mini today.

This app sends a photo to a server in Stockholm, Sweden and displays to a CRT.

Then, an automated DSLR takes the photo of the picture displayed on the CRT. Then the server sends the photo back to iPad mini. It's really interesting app.

These two photos were filtered with InstaCRT.