DIY- and AVR-enthusiastic, OpenSource loving engineering student that just wants that damn thing to finally work! D:
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Any projects that make cool use of the ESP32 and IDF, since anyone can Arduino :P
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Thank you for liking and following my #Homemade Floating Point Interpreter for 6502 ! Figure 3 was wrong and has now been corrected. It should be displayed correctly after a while.
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Thank you for the note, I will keep an eye open on that.The project just seems wonderful - I'm a fan of Ben Eater's videos, and your homemade interpreter fits right in with this sort of "DIY", hands-on learning about these wonderful technologies :D
Plus, the serial terminal for the 6502 looks too darn cool.
Thanks for the feedback. I felt the need for my own original user interface, and when I made this serial terminal, it motivated me. This led me to the floating point interpreter, which was my challenge this time.
When I tried to implement elementary functions, I found that I needed to perform various processes other than the basic expressions. I believe it is important to be able to practice basic mathematics, both in electrical engineering and in physics. I hope my article will be a good starting point for you.
Thank you for your continued interest in my work, most recently liking my 2:5 Scale KENBAK-1 Personal Computer Reproduction project.
These kinds of retro computers and similar units are part of the aesthetic I strive for in some of my projects. The way you bring them back to life is quite pleasant, so I'll gladly follow along!
Thank you for you interest in my 2:3 Scale VT100 Terminal Reproduction project.
It's entirely my pleasure!It is a gorgeous little project, and I really like the style of terminal you are reproducing/emulating here. It's just such an almost soothingly simple way of interacting with our technology.
Thank you for liking my #6802 Serial Terminal !
No problem!I'm a huge fan of terminals like that, their visual style is very pleasant, and it just feels more rugged and fun to work with than LCDs, at least when it comes to numbers and text!
Thanks for liking #6 segments suffice !
Of course!I love my fair share of creative and quirky ways of displaying information, and that six-segment display might just be weird enough to make for a good wall clock someday ^^
Thanks for your eyetooth keypad like.
Hmmmm you seem to love clocks too ? ;-)
A little!Well ... Very much so. It's quite exciting to find all the different ways to display information, and how fancy that can look at times :D
I should finish mine one day ;-)
Thank you Xasin for the like for #Light Logic and I like your profile dragon avatar :-)
Aw, why thank you!Using illumination in projects to show their state is always a fun thing for me, and your project does that VERY well! Plus, your profile picture isn't any less entertaining :>
And the cool thing about Light Logic is that inside, the illumination creates the state :-) Also here is my other face other than Dr. Cockroach, meet Marcus Foxelhaus :-) #My first Fursuit - Yes I am a Furry
Thank you for the follow as well kind Sir :-)
Thanks for like & follow of #SketchyWalker Robot Hexapod ! Btw I like your profile pic, it's really cool :)
No problem, the Hexapod looks pretty damn nice!And I think you could enjoy my DSKorder project a bit more than the Lasertag. I didn't write a whole OS for it, but it comes kinda close to that Arduino PC you made, in a more mobile version :D
Hey thanks also for liking #Tindie Orders API in Python ! Also I saw your list ESP32 projects - I like it you should add more :)
Thanks for liking our #OPC-5 - a CPU for FPGA, in one page project!
Thank you for the Like of the #FilaMecanum and #MPRT - Modified planetary robotics transmission projects! Now is where it get's interesting.. :)
Hi @Xasin and thanks for liking my universal battery protection circuit board!
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