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Remaking the PDP-8/I using the Pi, simh & a replica front panel
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PiDP-8/I

Oscarv

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MC68000 Computer

Benchoff

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A computer running the BASIC programming language, generating composite video and reading PS/2 keyboard input using a single AVR.
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Single Chip AVR BASIC Computer

Dan

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RetroBSD is UNIX running on PIC32 and this is a board I designed for it, evolving into tiny computer
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MiniBSD laptop computer

jaromir.sukuba

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Yes - No - Maybe? The goal is to completely step away from the normal binary system and investigate alternative computing systems.
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A small Z80 computer with composite video, serial and a hard drive with CP/M
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Z80 Microcomputer System

256byteram

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This project is an attempt to teach myself about the inner workings of computers. Naturally I started from the bottom up.
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After the apocalypse we have to build computers from stuff we can make at home, I.E Transistors, diodes and resistors.
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AYTABTU - Discrete Computer

matseng

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This is a small FPGA development board that I am currently designing. Lots of I/O connectivities: HDD,Ethernet,USB,Audio,PS/2,VGA,BLVDS, 5V tolerant
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FPGA Computer/Eval board

K.C. Lee

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My own design 6502 based computer with full graphics, sound and storage capabilities for a dose of 80s nostalgia!
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6502 Homebrew Computer

Dolo

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Handheld Game System featuring the 6502
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Dodo: 6502 Game System

Peter Noyes

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ED-64 will be an 8-bit computer built with discrete components, and will feature a ferrite core memory (documented as a separate project).
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An open-source minimalist 68020 based single board computer
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rhombus

Jason Westervelt

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A minified replica of the Apple 1 computer
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Apple 1 Mini

Ruud van Falier

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A mc68k-based computer motherboard, some expansion cards, and a very basic multitasking OS, all built from scratch.
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Motorola 68000 computer

Stuart

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Another DIY 4-bit computer
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Fourbit

jaromir.sukuba

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A vintage Z80 computer prototype, compatible with CP/M & Sinclair ZX Spectrum Operating Systems
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A computer invented, designed and built from scratch.
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A2Z Computer

f4hdk

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The Kestrel project is all about freedom of computing and the freedom of learning using a completely open hardware and software design.
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Kestrel Computer Project

Samuel A. Falvo II

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TRS-80 Model I emulated on a PIC32MX processor; VGA, PS/2, and SD for tape and disk images. Oh, and glourious cassette sound.
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TRS-80 Model 1 on a PIC32

ziggurat29

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My attempt at building a small computer based around a full Motorola 68000 processor.
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MC68000 Computer

Hayden Kroepfl

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"Just because": The single-board microcomputer that runs without a microprocessor
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Synchronous All-Purpose Minimal Instruction Reckoning Apparatus
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S.A.M.I.R.A.

menguinponkey

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A simple 8-bit processor designed at the transistor level
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MicroMicro Processor

Sarah Wittman

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Hitachi HD63C09 clocked at a blistering 3 MHz with a capacious 64K of RAM! Retroputing bliss...
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HD6309 Singleboard Computer

tomcircuit

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A custom 32-bit CPU core with GCC toolchain
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Bexkat1 CPU

Matt Stock

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Z80 Single board computer
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Z80 Retro Computer (With Graphics)

Hacker404

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Synchronous All-Purpose Minimal Instruction Reckoning Apparatus
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S.A.M.I.R.A. MK-II

menguinponkey

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A Talking Arduino-Based Emulator of the Busch 2090 Microtronic Computer System.
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After the E, There was She. A Small Expandable 65c816 computer
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SheMachine

BladeRunner

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Fairly simple implementation of a computer system with a classic microprocessor
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Z80 Computer - Attempt 1

Alex Bowen

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An Intel 8085-based computer
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Bentendo 6004

Bentendo64

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A ternary LISP machine
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Trinity

John Sully

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I posting this to give a feel for the Odroid U3. There is a forum but not a lot of documentation out there.
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A breadboard-able computer which uses only a single instruction - MOVE
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One-instruction TTL Computer

Justin Davis

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Generic purpose MOS-6502 based computer.
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MKHBC-8-Rx

Marek

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An expandable computer system I'm building and programming just for the fun of it.
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SkajNätt

adam.klotblixt

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Shove a x86 compatible 3.5 inch SBC with hard drive and external ports into a old candy tin left over from the holidays
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Candy Tin PC

osgeld