Retro USB Drive Prototypes Pay Homage to Relics of Culture

Retro USB Drive Prototypes Pay Homage to Relics of Culture

Old game controllers and past tech devices are portrayed in these USB sticks

Eva Recinos
  • 28 march 2016

Each generation has its defining gadgets. What shaped the social interactions and gaming habits of one group of kids will end up seeming like foreign objects to the next.

Romania-based artist Andrei Lacatusu is paying homage to these tech relics in a surprising way. The artist turns objects like a cassette and Sega Genesis controller into USB drive sticks. In a clever twist, the cassette tape USB drive even comes with a clear case.

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