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I think a better analogy would be to call it your brush.
added on the 2018-03-22 17:48:39 by LJ LJ
Whatever it is. No mandelbox:
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added on the 2018-03-26 01:46:26 by noby noby
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added on the 2018-03-26 02:25:36 by ferris ferris
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added on the 2018-03-26 02:32:59 by ferris ferris
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added on the 2018-03-26 07:52:26 by harism harism
@noby: O_O
added on the 2018-03-26 19:08:24 by wbc\\bz7 wbc\\bz7
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added on the 2018-03-30 06:44:26 by g0blinish g0blinish
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sometimes I think about making this vector scope doing more clear moves. for the fun
added on the 2018-03-31 01:05:10 by aqu aqu
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An "8 bit" CPU/computer built by simple logic. Some purpose driven chips used but none of them which I don't know how they work on the inside- I could have used transistors. Long learning curve, 1.5 year project and lots of bugs and frustration.

Each byte in ram is 4bit instruction & 4 bit data. 8 bit data can be used for registrers and output. Basicly just supports add, sub, jmp, hlt and move stuff to regs or memory. 16 byte memory including data. ALU has direct connection to registers for easy access.

Can easily be improved in 100s of ways but the goal of the thing was to learn how a computer work down at the bones. How a data bus works, how the inner workings of registers etc work. I think I've achieved that and more.

Runs at a marvelous 5kHz tops which is well enough. You want to step through the instructions to really learn how it works. Should be able to run shy of 1 Mhz if you push it but there isn't really a reason for it :-)

At first I followed Ben Eater on youtube to learn about these things but things fell into place pretty fast after a while and I was able to make most of it of my own designs. Fun stuff!
added on the 2018-03-31 02:02:10 by thec thec
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An "8 bit" CPU/computer built by simple logic. Some purpose driven chips used but none of them which I don't know how they work on the inside- I could have used transistors. Long learning curve, 1.5 year project and lots of bugs and frustration.

Each byte in ram is 4bit instruction & 4 bit data. 8 bit data can be used for registrers and output. Basicly just supports add, sub, jmp, hlt and move stuff to regs or memory. 16 byte memory including data. ALU has direct connection to registers for easy access.

Can easily be improved in 100s of ways but the goal of the thing was to learn how a computer work down at the bones. How a data bus works, how the inner workings of registers etc work. I think I've achieved that and more.

Runs at a marvelous 5kHz tops which is well enough. You want to step through the instructions to really learn how it works. Should be able to run shy of 1 Mhz if you push it but there isn't really a reason for it :-)

At first I followed Ben Eater on youtube to learn about these things but things fell into place pretty fast after a while and I was able to make most of it of my own designs. Fun stuff!


Looks awesome! - those PCB's did you design them or were able to buy them as is ?
added on the 2018-03-31 11:40:08 by Jae686 Jae686
a comfortable and homely place I'd say - I want to see all the blinking lights in action soon.
added on the 2018-03-31 12:55:21 by aqu aqu
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Looks awesome! - those PCB's did you design them or were able to buy them as is ?

They are designed like breadboards with ready-run connectors in patterns. https://www.electrokit.com/public/upload/productimage/46819-5476-4.jpg like that.

... I'll bring it to some demoparty some day..
added on the 2018-03-31 13:30:38 by thec thec
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Looks awesome! - those PCB's did you design them or were able to buy them as is ?

They are designed like breadboards with ready-run connectors in patterns. https://www.electrokit.com/public/upload/productimage/46819-5476-4.jpg like that.

... I'll bring it to some demoparty some day..


Sorry for asking , but how much did it cost?
added on the 2018-03-31 13:57:13 by Jae686 Jae686
No problem. I've spent probably 500€ on ordering parts the last year and a half. Of course that means I have at least twice as many parts as I need now because some stuff is a lot cheaper when you buy 25 or 50 of something. How much the parts for the machine costs if you'd slim it down? No idea. 100-200? What costs more are switches, boards, segment displays etc.. the ic's and transistors and stuff is real cheap.
added on the 2018-03-31 14:09:39 by thec thec
MSX2 effect prototypes for "In Stereo":

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added on the 2018-04-01 09:52:29 by visy visy
The torus scene from "No 64k, Just 16k"

first prototype:
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party version:
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added on the 2018-04-01 15:14:43 by yx yx
@yx: awesome, looked great on stream! :)
added on the 2018-04-01 18:28:22 by wbc\\bz7 wbc\\bz7
yx: <3
added on the 2018-04-01 19:19:09 by noby noby
I have 99% no clue what I did, but it did something with less than 760b. Nothing special for now. The mf real life.... :(
-Artefaxx
-notKevin
-Anus der ewigen Glückseeligkeit
-this old fart needs cutting, EQ-ing and maybe content :)
added on the 2018-04-02 09:00:03 by aqu aqu
yes it does proper fluids too :9
big thanks to scamp, gargaj (Bonzomatic), saga musix (xmp-openmpt + mdl-support), u4seen (XMPlay) and so on, ect. pp...
greetz to the post-office and google.
added on the 2018-04-03 02:05:06 by aqu aqu
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first invertebrates sketches, made during the holidays after pondering about the ants crawling our balcony
added on the 2018-04-03 12:57:16 by losso losso
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An earlier version of Oscar's Chair had a 'flashing red room' instead of the fire effect. The scrawled text looked a bit too much like a captcha image though...
added on the 2018-04-03 13:04:05 by fizzer fizzer
fizzer: yoooo it's so spooky <3
added on the 2018-04-03 14:49:05 by FMS_Cat FMS_Cat
node graph of the city in my revision demo. big mess :)

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added on the 2018-04-03 18:00:16 by ntsc_ ntsc_

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