a tiny homemade laptop....
this is still an early stage picture.
The goal is to make a foldable tiny laptop to be programmable on board,
@this time : it's built on a Teensy 3.6 that runs a modified version of RunCPM (see MockbaTheBorg work for further infos)
It has buzzer, an MP3 Player, keyboard, files, & gfx routines added since original code.
this project is in progress, I hope it will give something....
Hi, now some news about my YATL project (tiny homemade laptop), after trying to fork bitlash script engine, then try to write a language interpreter by myself... I decided to start reusing an existing project : "RunCPM" a CP/M emulator ported to (BOOSTED) arduino like MCUs.
Few advantages with that solution : I can run already-written apps, and some scripting languages/environments such as BASIC & Turbo Pascal (Ahhh !).
Add to that experiment the capability of driving modern devices such as DFPlayer for MP3 playback, colored & graphical TFT screen, accessing the terminal by WiFi & telnet.... That sounds promising !