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- Fri Nov 01, 2019 2:23 am
- Forum: Games & Demos
- Topic: Image viewer for SPI RAM
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Very impressive, when doing the Akuma demo I had a feeling it could be done at around 224x200 but no idea how to pull it off. I will check out that code because the pics are awesome, like it have multiple pallettes or something.
- Fri Nov 01, 2019 1:00 am
- Forum: Programming & Software
- Topic: Unlimited RAM/ROM
- Replies: 10
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Though it look pretty cool, I'm unsure of what we are looking at!? :oops: Do I understand you are running some sort of other cpu emulation (6502?) and using the SPI RAM at the main RAM for that CPU? If so that's pretty bad ass. And even if is slow that could be a very cool program on the Uzebox. Hec...
- Fri Nov 01, 2019 12:47 am
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: SNES case (WIP) and dual-LED
- Replies: 3
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Very nice!! Cool to see you crammed all that new stuff in there. I like the simple approach for the dual color led, pretty clever I say. And kudos for the top buttons that actually works. Did you put a toggle/slide switch to turn it off?
What if we added a resistor to the gamepad port / PS2 adapter and allowed pass-through by default? We could use both gamepads AND mouse + keyboard (each one port) at the same time. At first view that could work. Would be *much* simpler than my keyboard adapter V2 (that I never published). I wanted ...
So cool!! Does it work like a "wget"? Ha! nope...well, it did once but then thought using the Arduino libs would be a wiser choice. But otherwise it works awesomely. Since Jubatian did some rework on the UART code, it's been like rock solid, I could not see a single lost char ever. And that's at 11...
You sure can multiplex data from as many devices you want on joypad ports, it's just a question of serialization protocol. The most important part is how you indicate a start and end of transmission. You can see the keyboard firmware for how I did it. After that you can decide that the host pulls on...
Great game rack! I know it's an old post, but seeing that NEC TurboExpress on that shelf...you have no idea how much I wanted that thing when it came out...it was so much ahead of it's time with it's CPU power and active matrix display. There was no way as a kid I could pay that CAD300$ price tag. (...