Our game controllers are more than just circuitry and plastic. They represent a connection to the gaming world, a translator that let’s us speak with AI’s and other gamers round the world. Artist Brandon Allen dissects broken controllers and photographs their innards in his two part photo series, Deconstructed.
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Two game console releases are fast approaching: the Sony Playstation 4 launches Friday, November 15th and the Xbox One a week later on Friday, November 22nd. So where does that leave your “old” PS3 and your 360? Hopefully not in the trash–not after all you’ve been through together. Rethink what you’re going to do with your “old” systems, with the option of keeping the love alive.
The Kansas City Royals and e-Stewards recycler Vintage Tech, along with Interstate Batteries, Players for the Planet, Goodwill and Bridging the Gap hotsted an e-waste recycling drive on Friday, August 23 and Saturday, August 24. The two day event welcomed over 500 area residents to Kauffman Stadium and Overland, Kansas, generating over 25,000 pounds.
From RT.com: The US, the world’s largest producer of e-waste, has a similar problem with recycling companies that practice illegal schemes to redirect e-waste to China.
E-waste remains a heaping problem. Just last week the New York Times reported, “Americans replace their cellphones every 22 months, junking some 150 million old phones in 2010 alone.”