Horadric

BlueSphere model consists in selling Computers As a Service, i.e. the computer itself is seen as a piece of software that can be modeled and of course, programmed. BlueSphere offers a web-based tool called Horadric capable of designing the computer, then manufacturing and shipping it to the customer. Thanks to a comprehensive toolchain and modular parts, building the hardware and compiling the software will improve programmers' experience, as they only need to focus on programming the application.

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Horadric Name reference

The Horadric comes from the Diablo II game. It’s a cube to build magic and better artifacts by the combinantion of others:

The Horadrim and/or their writings were vague when it came to the origins of the Horadric Cube. However, the original Cube was marred by dark methods and disastrous results, resulting in the order quickly determining that it was too dangerous for anyone to continue using. The Horadric Cube was created in its stead. The Horadric Cube operates via the principles of transmutation and alchemy. The Horadrim preserved important artifacts and equipment by separating them into the component parts for future use. By later utilizing these elements within the cube, they could reassemble the original item.