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Most folks who were born in the ’80s have fond memories of playing Super Mario and other video games on their Nintendos and Ataris. These gaming consoles had an 8-bit processor and the animation style was pixelated because the gaming world was still in its infancy. As the years went by, better gaming consoles came in and the 8-bits drifted into anonymity. Since the past few years, the 8-bit has reinvented itself and continues to survive as an art form in the new era. Let’s look at the evolution of the 8-bit to the form of aesthetic it has now become.
Neave.com is the home of interactive designer Paul Neave. Paul makes interactive tools and toys, everything from games to application; from experimental art to user interfaces. He uses his website as an interactive playground and a platform to showcase his ideas and to carry out his experiments.