>Bad Apple!! (on Elektronika BK0011M)
>In the 2010s, the version sung by Nomico and the black-and-white video sequence were ported to several second-generation video game consoles and graphing calculators, for retrocomputing and Demoscene competitions, becoming a graphical equivalent to the "Hello, World!" programs of older computer systems in the demoscene communities.>The shadow puppet video has been used as the basis of many ports for older computer platforms, presumed to be incapable of playing back full motion video.
In June 2014 the "8088 Domination" demo included a section rendering the "Bad Apple" shadow video on an 1981-era IBM 5150 at 640×200 resolution and 30 frames per second.
By 2015 "Bad Apple" had been ported to the 1982–Vectrex console; along with ports to the 1977–Atari 2600, 1985–Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), 1988–Sega Genesis, and Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus series graphing calculators.
In 2017 fenarinarsa released an Atari STE demo rendering the video at 320x200 resolution at 30fps with 50 kHz audio.
In 2019 an Arduino Mega was programmed to render the video (without sound) at 128×176 resolution and 60 frames per second.
In 2020 an Amiga AGA was released at the NOVA2020 demoparty
In Mid 2020, a reddit user programed his Ryzen Threadripper 64 core processor to display a 9x14 graphic of the video using the CPUs thread usage in task manager.>>>/mu/1