‘Game of Thrones’ played by floppy and HDD

The Floppotron is an electronic band consisting of 64 floppy drives, 6 hard drives and 2 scanners. So far, he has released performances such as Michael Jackson’s thriller and group Europe’s Final Countdown. Not only that, but songs like Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody were accompanied by a 56K modem.

This time, we challenged the opening theme song of the popular American drama Game of Thrones by utilizing the stepping motor driving sound produced by floppy or hard disk. It was introduced in time for the last season. Paweł Zadrożniak, a Polish engineer who created Flopotron, may be like Jon Snow, who brought back the dead electronics. He played the same song three years ago, but it was revealed that he raised the version this time by expanding the functions of Flopotron.



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