Although the pace of technology continues to evolve at an alarming rate, certain things in the past have been largely influenced by nostalgia. For example, compared to the early 90s, TVs are lighter, cheaper, and larger, but they do have a design aesthetic that no longer exists.At the same time, since the golden age of the 90s, the Simpsons series (arguably) has been declining, so [buba447] Decided to combine these two aspects of the nostalgic past Enter a custom TV that only shows these older Simpsons episodes.
The TV is 3D printed, but the design is inspired by the CRT technology of the past few decades. It even has working knobs that resemble that era. Inside the “TV” is a Raspberry Pi, which is connected to a small screen. The Pi is powered on and automatically starts playing the “Simpsons” episode after booting up. There is a power button on the top of the TV to mute the sound and turn off the display. As an additional touch, the display outputs at a resolution of 640×480, which is historically accurate, even though the TV itself is much smaller than its ancient relatives.
Of course, TV only shows episodes of the first eleven seasons of The Simpsons, including all the episodes of the Simpsons Golden Age (and some additional episodes) and omits those episodes of the modern era, which will also make some of the Simpsons The fans are happy. This is actually not the first time we have seen the 24-hour Simpsons equipment. This Pi-based build continuously provides episodes of The Simpsons, but sends them out via radio waves.