Evidently, someone has managed to shrink the circuitry of a Commodore 64 onto a single chip. You can play some 30 video games with this Commodore 64 joystick which retails for $30.
It's pretty cool how this woman is a self-taught computer chip designer with no formal training. It makes you wonder how many more people like her are out there inventing new things.
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