8-Bit Instant Camera Gun

Ashbringer

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It's a circuit board that's attached to a toy gun. Couldn't have done this without the toy gun?
 

Kelby

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Anybody else notice they made it from a game boy? When it is turned on, "Nintendo" scrolls down the screen.
 

cyclone3d

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So they took apart a gameboy, a gameboy camera, and a gameboy printer and mounted it to a toy gun?

Big whoop-de-doo!
 

MikeRotch

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Didn't the Gameboy have more than a 1-bit palette since it supported different shades?
 

Red Falcon

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Didn't the Gameboy have more than a 1-bit palette since it supported different shades?
Actually, you are correct.
Not to dis the guy above us, but it is 2-bit gray-scale, supporting four shades of gray.

So woo, it's a 2-bit camera.
Now that sounds legit! :D
 

WaltC

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The thing is...you don't want to go pulling that "gun" out at night, in the dark, in the presence of armed police else you might not be around much longer...;) "But I had no gun..!" won't mean much if you aren't around to proclaim it. I think something that's easily recognizable as a camera would be much better--and safer, too.
 

B00nie

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Perfect for anyone that wants to become the next headline police shooting victim.
 
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