We Make Computers
CIT built a computer using plexi-glass casing for a stylish
see-through look at how the computer works inside. Neon lights were installed
to add some flare and make it easy to find in the dark.
The whole project took six hours to build
and cost less than the average price for a comparable PC
made by big name manufacturers. White cloth gloves were
used during the process to prevent smudges on the inside.
The results are a crystal clear view of the inner workings
of the computer.
Not Just for Show
machine is not just a show piece, it also a real performer.
It has an Intel Processor, and a high-end video card able
to support 3D rendering and other video applications, and a 19-inch flat-panel monitor. A wireless keyboard and mouse complete
Step by Step Follow the Process
We have an animation of the process. You can check it out here or run it from
the machine itself right in CIT! If you're curious about how things work
inside your computer, then come down and take a look. We'll be happy to explain
what you see. Watch the animation (9 MB)
you seen the Clear Case Computer!