The Atari Atari Atari Punk Punk Punk Console @LOOKMUMNOCMPUTR
What do you get if you feed one 555-based Atari Punk Console into another one? And another one? Why, you get an Atari Atari Atari Punk Punk Punk Console, of course. That’s six 555 timer oscillators modulating or resetting the next.
Who thinks of silliness like this? You know who. Sam Battle of Look Mum No Computer.
Collin’s Lab even gets a shout-out as the go-to source for learning how to build the original Atari Punk Console circuit.
Here’s Look Mum No Computer’s latest video.
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