Congratulations, everyone! Now playing video games won't deter you from getting a job, it might actually help you get one! Take that, overly concerned parents!
Kevin Bates has created a business card that allows you to play video games on its handheld game console.
The Arduboy, as it's called, uses an Arduino microcontroller, and the demonstration Kevin put up on YouTube shows him playing Tetris. We repeat…Tetris.
That's right. Just like getting all your blocks in a row, this will make your unemployment magically disappear.
The video game business cards will be sold for $50 with a battery life of 9 hours, which is the perfect amount of time for a recruiter to call you in for a second round interview and immediately demand another business card!
Right now he's planning on using Kickstarter to raise costs for licensing costs, and we hope he meets his goal!
[Image via YouTube.]
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