Shared March 20, 2020
Presented at !!Con West 2020: http://bangbangcon.com/west
This is a talk about what happens when you turn on a Nintendo Game Boy, see the logo scroll down the screen, and hear the *ba-ding!* sound. It’s about why it happens, and how we know what happens. It involves a clever and litigious company, trademark law, a microscope, nitric acid, and a very dedicated materials science student.
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