Join Thomas and I as we build a pottery kiln out of mud. In the southeast US, the ground is made out of a mixture commonly referred to as red clay. Whether clay actually exists in the dirt or not is to be found out. In this first part, we create the kiln where the pottery will be fired.
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Join Thomas through one of his usual days. Guitar, cooking on the stove, going to the dump, and buying junk at the store. There is no real point to this video, and it is basically a behind-the-scenes look at what we do daily (besides work).
Join Thomas and I as we work on his Ultimate PlayStation, showing off a case mod that makes the PS1 look much more modern, and much less like 90’s trash. Additionally, we will show how to solder and mod your PS1 to have an internal storage, and a wireless internal controller. Now your PS1 can act like a PS3 or PS4!
This week, Thomas and I try out the EurAsia 8-Pin modchip for PS1 systems. With this modchip, your PlayStation can play backup discs, run homebrew programs, and games outside of your console’s region.
The EurAsia 8-pin MMC is often the first result when searching for these IC’s online, but are they worth the relatively cheap price? Within this video we install chips into a 5501 PS1 and a 1001 PS1 to test the chip’s effectiveness.