A Finnish computer programmer has managed to run a playable version of id Software’s 1996 first person shooter, Quake, on an old, analog oscilloscope. The game is rendered on a laptop and then fed into a Huawei V-422 oscilloscope as an audio signal that was translated into two-dimensional, vector graphics.
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