Well, an 840 segment display to be precise.
Building a 70's era 8-bit machine. From scratch. With lots of wire.
Appeared, briefly, as part of a multimedia display (slideshow on a big tv) in 2014/15. Maybe it's still there.
Oldskool 90's demo scene lens ball thingy meets nuskool HMTL 5 canvas wotsit. Chrome and Firefox only, I think.
Displays the current song playing on BBC 6 Music. Teletext font on a grubby looking 80s school issue Microvitec monitor. Tweets to on6musicnow.
Cardboard, Raspberry Pi powered, wifi internet radio.
Numitrons! They're like low power nixie tubes. Controlled by a 9v battery powered ARM mBed.
Creates heat map jpgs from geocaching.com's 'My Finds'. Takes the GPX file, parses it, layers the points on a UK map and then plonks a 70's Michael Fish on it for good measure.
JPEG artifact humour!
A retro way to show network stats. Quick write up for 'Custom PC' mag on an alternative method of rigging up a couple of old analogue meters to a PC.
Make your own sat nav 'points of interest' files. Reads and writes native Tomtom .ov2 binaries.
Soo last century...
Piece about 'untrained outsiders...untrammelled by clients and convention'. How rude.
Untrammelled crude Royal photoshopping gets shown at the ICA.
One flies the flag for the lads. Page 3 no less.
Site of the day for the Star Wars deleted scene.
A rare deleted scene from the very first Star Wars film.
Slide shows the current crop of b3ta front page pictures. Live content from B3ta's xml feed means its always updated.
Help save the Earth of the evil veg. Shockwave/Director game.
A Winamp plugin that outputs MP3 info to a connected LCD.
A mouse controller for Winamp. Intended for a Toshiba Libreto 70C.