The Cyberdeck64 Cyberpunk Terminal

In several of William Gibson’s novels, hackers used portable computers known as “cyberdecks” to connect to cyberspace over a neural…

Hackster Staff
3 years ago

In several of William Gibson’s novels, hackers used portable computers known as “cyberdecks” to connect to cyberspace over a neural connection. Since neural connections don’t — as far as the general public knows — exist yet, Maker/artist “D10d3” decided to create a ‘deck in a style inspired by the books, but able to power an external display. Additionally, this unit has a small built-in slide out display for use when another screen isn’t available.

Physically, the ‘deck is made from a heavily modified Commodore 64C painted red and covered with cyberpunkish stickers. A Raspberry Pi 3 provides processing, and an external battery keeps it portable.

Intrigued? You can check out D1od3’s entire post to get started on your own computer.

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