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    This is a “working” replica of a Myst linking book. It's made out of a copy of the same book Cyan originally scanned as a texture reference.
    Inside the book is a full desktop computer, completely self-contained without any external wires or hardware. In the above photo, the embedded screen isn't just showing a still photo or a video: it's running a full copy of realMyst PC edition. Onboard is a copy of all the Myst games. It's fast enough it plays all of them smoothly (even End of Ages at ~30fps). You play the games by touching the touch-screen.





    he book in question is Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume LIV, Issue 312, December 1876 to May 1877 (roughly an equivalent of antique Reader's Digest)... 135 years old & still in this condition. Finding the book's exact edition is difficult - my research revealed what looks like at least 14 different bindings of the same book. Unlike Cyan's well-worn copy, this one is almost pristine. The cover has been beautifully restored & the cracked hinge has been repaired. Custom embossing dies were made for the individual MYST letters, then the embossing was filled with 24-carat gold paint.
    (Yes I essentially destroyed this book to convert it into a Myst linking book, but I like to think that it's cooler now. At least 20% cooler.)




    Inside the book is a full, hand-assembled desktop computer. The space inside is tiny, nearly half the size of a netbook, so I spent a long time sourcing the absolute smallest parts you can buy that met all of my requirements. It's a 3-dimensional electronics version of Tetris - this is what it looks like with both the motherboard & battery removed, plus with everything installed.
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    • The screen is a 640x480 5.0" LED-backlit display. This provides 1:1 native pixel mapping on the original versions of Myst, Riven & Exile. There's a matching 4-wire resistive glass touch-screen overlaid on top as the main input method, which updates at 160 samples/second with a touch resolution of 2048x2048.
    • The power supply is a 3-cell Lithium-Ion battery capable of outputting 60A of current (but the book uses nowhere near that much). The power supply converts its voltage to the 12V & 5V required by the computer. Power consumption is around 12 watts & the battery life is around 1.5 to 2 hours.
    • The CPU is an Intel Z530P running at 1.6GHz, and the GPU is an Intel GMA500 chipset capable of running DirectX 9.0C graphics. The system has 1GB of RAM (less RAM = less power consumption & heat).
    • The system is entirely passively cooled and waste heat conducts out through the book. The CPU & GPU hover at 48'C. The only way to deal with heat in this book is to just avoid creating it in the first place, so all the components are ultra-low power.
    • The Operating System (Windows XP) & all software is loaded directly from a 32GB CompactFlash card that reads at 22MB/s.
    • Included software is Myst Masterpiece Edition, realMyst, Riven DVD edition, Riven Elementary, Myst III: Exile DVD edition, Myst IV: Revelation, Uru: Ages Beyond Myst & The Path of the Shell, Myst V: End of Ages, The Manhole Masterpiece Edition and Crowthistle. Bonuses are a copy of the Book of Atrus e-book, plus shortcut copies of some extracted Myst Island flyby videos/linking panel images. Also, when you first turn on the book a video automatically plays featuring Atrus writing at his desk, then he looks up at you & mouths the words “who the devil are you?”.

    For those whose eyes just glossed over reading all that, consider this - it's capable of running Half-Life 2 at a 30fps+ & it contains the best editions of all the Myst games plus some extras.




    Also included are some additional props - a blank white page and a blank blue page. These were sourced from additional copies of the exact same book Cyan used as a texture reference, meaning they're as "proper" as you can get. With the book's red interior lining, this makes a complete set of the three page colours used in Myst. They are their original hues & have not been dyed, so the blue is slightly more turquoise & the red is slightly more brown than they appear in the game. You can't be too picky with original 135-year-old paper hues.








    A 'real' Myst book

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    Dud that is sick. I love it. I wonder what other kinds of game you could add on there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Dud that is sick. I love it. I wonder what other kinds of game you could add on there.
    it's capable of running Half-Life 2 @30FPS
    If it will run half-life 2 than i would think almost all the old source engine games but IDK. This is really cool. Cyber whats your name?????

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    Very cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesLT3 View Post
    If it will run half-life 2 than i would think almost all the old source engine games but IDK. This is really cool. Cyber whats your name?????
    Seeing this gives me ideas on what i could do with a board that small. The touch screen is another issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Seeing this gives me ideas on what i could do with a board that small. The touch screen is another issue.

    Name is Sandy. Why whats up?
    Hey Sandy!! On another forum i remember seeing the name cyberburnout and the person said there name was sandy. Just didnt know if it was you or not and didnt want to say "Hey Sandy" and it wasnt you lol if that makes since.. What kinda ideas where you thinking about?

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    Haha makes sense. Im on a few forums but i spend most of my time here. I guess i fit in with the elderly around here. Lol really love pureoc. Havent been on as much lately because im working insanely long hours.
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    LMAO..yeah i like the old folks around here to! The members here are what makes PureOC the best forum out there!!

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    They actually know wtf they are talking about instead of some young **** flipping off at the mouth on a topic he only read about on some blog. Real world experiance is much more important then some crap you think you know because you read Google news. lol

    I like the old peps around here. Im not too far behind them either! Mid thirties. getting old fast. Pretty soon Ill need to start taking the special blue pill like Stan does or change my pace maker battery once a month like Big Jim! JK! haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberburnout View Post
    pretty soon ill need to start taking the special blue pill like stan does or change my pace maker battery once a month like big jim
    lol!

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    Wow, this is an awesome project. That is something I would like to have, just for the wow factor.

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    Hey Matt, I need to talk to you, I'm going to send you a PM

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    Cool little build... I wonder if heat becomes a problem..

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