Vintage computing type, known to dive into homebrewing 8 bit computers regularly
This user joined on 11/07/2014.
KIM-1 replica with 6502 calculator extensions, done with Arduino Pro Mini.
Marcel van Kervinck
Dave's Dev Lab
Moritz v. Sivers
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I would like to see in future Odra-1305 and George III operating system
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Hi Oscar, thank you for liking and following my PDP-11 alike TTL computer project, #Kobold - retro TTL computer !
Thank you Oscar for following the Gigatron I/O and RAM expander project. https://hackaday.io/project/164176-gigatron-io-and-ram-expander I have no idea when this will end and I should be building my PiDP-11 kit first :-)
Thank you for the skull :) Your PDP projects look fantastic!
Thanks for the skull; I love the kim-1 -- that takes me back -- and am utterly humbled by your PDP projects! Wow! stunningly beautiful! I need one of those '11s, I think....
Actually, your TRS-on-a-PIC is a far more advanced project than my conversion of simh into a pretty case... but it has been great fun.
Well, maybe, but your physical design is ne plus ultra. I may reach out to you in the future to get advice on how to go about finding and working with a manufacturer on doing the plastic work.Cheers!
Oh! Thanks not only for the tips in the circuit but also for following and for the skull to #Chess Mate!
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