Some people, build projects to see their city become smarter. Others, to make their lives easier. And some, create fantastic devices simply for the thrills, and that is exactly what Reddit user Lord_of_Bone did with creating his Raspberry Pi powered Windows 98 wrist computer.
Smart watches hold the title for most questionable device as far as necessity goes, but who wouldn't want a little part of nostalgia like this living on their wrist?
Whilst it runs at ant-speed, with extremely low frame rates, the concept of bundling something which was once start-of-the-art, and excessive in size, down to a business card, is truly fascinating.
You can find the process, and documentation on Lord_of_Bone's website.
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