Interview with Roger Ibars

Interview with Roger Ibars

Sega Controls Panasonic Excellent interview over at Gizmodo – Among certain fetishistic subcultures of the consumer electronics world, there seems to be a common credo: “If it’s not hackable, it’s worthless.” Putting this saying to the test is Roger Ibars, a designer-slash-researcher based in London. Ibars’ work involves hacking into and “modding” vintage console game controllers and other devices such as alarm clocks and calculators. Link.

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