|Kevin "Kevtris" Horton|
|Occupation||Electrical Engineer at Analogue, Inc., Cryogenics Engineer|
|Known for||Analogue Nt, Analogue Nt mini, Analogue Super Nt, and Analogue Mega Sg|
Kevin "Kevtris" Horton is an electrical engineer broadly known for his FPGA work on the Analogue Nt mini, Analogue Super Nt, and the Analogue Mega Sg from Analogue, Inc. Horton started working with Analogue in 2015 when he designed the Analogue Nt's HDMI daughterboard. In 2017, he was profiled in Vice Media's Motherboard as one of their Humans of the Year for his work with Analogue, Inc. on the Analogue Nt mini.
References[edit | edit source]
- Grant, Christopher (October 16, 2017). "The Super NT is Analogue's most affordable console yet". Polygon. Retrieved April 23, 2018.
- Liszewski, Andrew (February 7, 2018). "This Upgraded Super Nintendo Clone Rekindled My Love of 16-Bit Gaming". Gizmodo. Retrieved April 23, 2018.
- "The Analogue Nt is the best NES that (a lot of) money can buy". Ars Technica.
- "Kevin Horton Is a Cryogenics Engineer Turned Retro Gaming Savior". Vice.
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