TinyScreen reminds us somewhat the Game Boy Micro Nintendo model first launched in 2004. The device has an OLED screen and be able to deliver 16-bit image color.
I'd rather a standard, one-line display calculator being experimented for simple games or text adventures. :P This is more of a demonstration on the lengths of display tech today, rather than a conventional device. Honestly this isn't as much of a waste of time as converting cassette tapes into a DJ scratcher, and people are entertained by weird gadgets all the time. :P
as long as it's 1080p / 60 fps im in...
quite a funny gimmick, but definitely not worth the cost. why would i want a 96x64 video screen that displays 16bit colour? cant read anything, cant watch anything. video game screen? a little fun idea, but with no proper casing and no proper games whats the point? same as smartwatch. a fun idea, but with that money spent i rather buy a proper smartwatch. that actually has a case and strap. definitely something for tech geeks that love opening things up or modding stuff, but not sure if they will hit their kickstarter budget.
Who would buy this?, I definitely wouldn't the screen is way too small
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