August 01, 2018
June 28, 2018
Wait’ll you see the holographic games…
That’s a good sized capacitor or resistor on the desk..
I guess perhaps they were breadboarding the circuits with discrete components as a teaching tool as opposed to using off the shelf IC components. Looks like a breadboard on the table. So in that case, the capacitor or resistor would be about the right size.
Welp, I think I get it… but it fell a bit flat.
Maybe she’d like a video game about building robots?
You get as much fun out of something as you want.
You’re learning, kid…
Is the robot arm moving on its own?
just get a better graphics card
Hmm. Another perplexing one for me today.
Is this series of panels today meant to be humorous ? To me it instead reads rather realistically and a bit philosophically . The last panel where Nancy admits the beauty of the real world has real, inherent value over the “electronic ethos” of that gaming world seems a pretty astute observation to me.
But then again, I am truthfully so far removed from the gaming world (remember yesterday, I mentioned the bulk of my experience has been with Pong and a little bit of actual arcade play of Tron and Tempest back in the early days) it is likely I am not quite getting something here. So, again, explanation is appreciated and hoped for.
There’s no such thing as “real life.”
goes outside Eh, The graphics are a little too realistic for me. :P
Look at this way, Nancy. It’s like having a video game live.
Enuf robotics club.
MORE robotics club!!!
September 24, 2018