A while ago I set out to try and build an Android based HTPC using Hardkernels Odroid U2 Android development platform and XBMC for Android. Well I finally got around to it, it is possible to roll your own Android HTPC. The best bit is it’s not hard at all, in fact it’s quite easy. [...]
Kulture will be back in 2013 with more of the awesome stuff.
UPDATE: I contacted logitech to ask when the Harmony Touch will be available in Aus and they say “The Harmony Touch will be available in store by early November 2012″ from the likes of Dick Smith, Big W, Officeworks, JB Hi Fi, Fluidtek (a Logitech shop), and most likely intendant PC shops I’m thinking and [...]
There are a bunch of Portal films out there. Some are great, some are just mediocre and others, well lets just say they won’t be winning any academy awards. One short film that deserves an award of some description is Aperture: A Triumph of Science, it was produced by a wonderful collective called SyntheticPH who [...]
Love it or hate it, Lana Del Rey’s Video Games is a great song, on YouTube 34,984,645 people have viewed the video and of those people 121,138 like the song, compared to 4,719 who dislike it. If we are going to believe the numbers then yeah it’s a good song. If you search “Lana Del [...]
Most typical entertainment set-ups usually consist of a set-top box (unless the TV is fairly new, I haven’t seen a new TVs that doesn’t have a built in TV tuner), a DVD or Blu-ray player, maybe an Amp and some sort of network media player like a Boxee Box, possibly a PVR or DVD recorder. [...]
Supaplex is an old skool puzle game that was released in 1991, then in somewhere in the mid 90s (my closest estimate is somewhere between 1994 to 1997) Digital integration, the publishers of Supaplex, agreed to release it for free and thus Supaplex became freeware. It’s the first game that I know that went from [...]
Unless for some strange reason you haven’t been on the internet in the last few months then you have probably heard of the ‘arrow in the knee’ meme or seen some mutation of it. Even if you aren’t on the internet you probably know that Dubstep is also kind of a big thing, even if [...]
Chances are that your favorite genre of music wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for the Amen Break, the world’s most important 6-sec drum loop. This documentary narrates the history of the “Amen Break”, a six-second drum sample from the b-side of a chart-topping single from 1969.
I found some free music. Merry x-mass! I bring good will, x-mass cheer and free music! Band Camp is a platform that lets artists sell their music for as much or as little as they want including for free. Whatever genre of music your into Band Camp probably caters for it. So hit it up [...]