Security Hero Rotating Header Image

fledged PC, won’t be sold at Ikea

Liquid-cooled desk contains full-fledged PC, won’t be sold at Ikea

If science is the dispassionate pursuit of objective truth, then it stands to reason that mad science is the completely irrational pursuit of a nutty project that the rest of the world will never completely understand. Popular Mechanics has a reverent journalistic respect for those who practice serious research. But on our own time, we like to dabble in the mad sciences.

About a year ago, I first came to Anthony with a plan to build a computer into the structure of a desk. A quick bit of brainstorming determined that there were essentially two ways to accomplish this: old-school (a classic oak executive’s desk with components hidden behind false backs in the drawers); and new-school (transparent surfaces with components on display). The old-school approach was classy and definitely appealing (we won’t rule it out for the future), but the new-school approach was both less practical and more ostentatious, which made it our natural choice.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *