Here‘s a great tutorial on programming in C. My recent post giving you that pdf book on programming in assembly briefly touched up on C programming.
A few days ago I was able to create my own Google cardboard which is a virtual reality headset made out of cardboard, a smart phone and various other things. So far I’ve managed to improve upon its design by stapling rubber bands on to the side. Like such:
You can also combine rubber bands without having to break them using the following method:
Unfortunately I wasn’t able to turn around in the VR. It seems that most Android phones lack a part called a “gyroscope” that would allow it to better detect where I’m looking.
Here‘s a much more up-to-date method for install Linux mint. The previous tutorial will probably still be useful for booting into Linux mint. I’ll be going back to my original post where I showed you how to boot into mint and updating it.