8-bit Computing in the modern-age
This summer, Derek Lomas of PlayPower.org showed that no matter how rich or poor you are, you can still unlock the power of the NES.
From a lecture at NYU, many discovered how a familiar old computer chip is making a comeback. The 6502 chip, famously found in the NES, is being used a learning and developmental tool in classrooms and developing countries. Games, edu-tainment, and even music are still being put forth by this 35-plus year-old hardware.