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Building a ‘Homebrew’ Video Game Console | Internal Register
Software and hardware projects for fun from a guy who loves retro computing
assembly  computers  diy  hardware  homebrew  console  retro  game 
march 2019 by david.parrott
Understanding domestic electric lighting circuits (UK)
Description and illustrations of domestic basic electric lighting in the UK.
july 2018 by david.parrott
Get eyes in the sky with your Raspberry Pi
Learn how to use your Raspberry Pi and a cheap USB TV tuner stick to start tracking flights overhead - up to 250 miles away from your location.
diy  electronics  hardware  raspberrypi  radio  sdr  rtlsdr 
july 2017 by david.parrott
Build your own Nintendo Mini NES with Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie | Ars Technica UK
Mini NES is no more, but luckily cheap hobbyist boards are great for little projects.
console  diy  emulator  gaming  nes  raspberrypi 
july 2017 by david.parrott
PHQFH Diy Guide
This site is for all those interested in monitoring the weather satellites it includes a ilustrated step by step Guide to making your own QFH, International WXsat imaging competition, links to decoding and tracking software such as, wxtoim, WXsat, Satsignal, WXrack, U.K Lotto results and much more.
radio  satellite  antenna  diy  sdr  hardware 
february 2017 by david.parrott
MOnSter 6502
A new dis-integrated circuit project to make a complete, working transistor-scale replica of the classic MOS 6502 microprocessor.
6502  diy  microcontroller  retro 
june 2016 by david.parrott
Coolest DIY Gaming Tables - Webb Pickersgill
If you're looking to make your own gaming table for RPG or board games, then you'll want to see this small list of tables I found as inspiration.
diy  furniture  gaming  boardgames 
january 2016 by david.parrott
Wood Gas Camp Stove | MAKE
Nearly half the world's population cooks and heats using solid fuel, much of it burning up in pits that have…
camping  stove  diy 
july 2014 by david.parrott
The Duke | Catalyst Game Labs
In The Duke, players move their troop tiles around the board and flip them over after each move. Each tile’s side shows a dierent movement pattern. If you end your movement in a square occupied by an opponent’s tile, you capture it. Capture your opponent’s Duke to win!
game  gaming  abstract  strategy  boardgame  print'n'play  diy 
november 2013 by david.parrott
The SUMPOD 3D Printer and Router
3d  cnc  diy  printing 
february 2012 by david.parrott
Geoff's Projects - The Maximite
The Maximite is a small and versatile computer running a full featured BASIC interpreter with 128K of working memory.
basic  diy  electronics 
january 2012 by david.parrott
BigCam :: Overview
BigCam is a full-frame CMOS camera built around a FillFactory IBIS4-14000 sensor. The camera is constructed of openly available components, the designs and software are open source, and the mechanical form factor integrates into ThorLabs' 60mm cage system.
diy  photography 
november 2011 by david.parrott
Free McBoot Home
FMCB is a simple program launcher  for homebrew applications (apps) and doesnt come with any programs included with an official release. It is however pre-configured to use several recommended apps , so all you would need to do is simply add the ones you wish to use. By reading the Advanced User Guide, you can find out what to do if you wish to add other apps or files
ps2  hardware  homebrew  diy  gaming 
august 2011 by david.parrott
Papilio - C64SID browse
Inspired by Markus Gritsch's HybridSID project, Alex takes it to the next level by replacing the hard to find SID chip with a soft SID running inside the Papilio FPGA Board!
emulation  sound  c64  fpga  diy  hardware  audio 
august 2011 by david.parrott
Netduino :: home
An open-source electronics platform using the .NET Micro Framework
programming  development  opensource  c#  hardware  diy  electronics  dotnet 
august 2011 by david.parrott
start [PAlib]
PAlib is a Nintendo DS library and wrapper of libnds to create homebrew games and applications.
nintendo  development  diy  retro  ds  reference 
july 2011 by david.parrott
DUO Adept
An 8-bit computer designed and built by Jack Eisenmann.
homebrew  computers  cpu  electronics  diy 
june 2011 by david.parrott
fignition - Libby8dev
FIGnition is an educational DIY computer, based around an Atmel AVR microcontroller. It uses 3 chips and only 46 components to provide a complete self-hosted computer with 8Kb of RAM; 384Kb of storage space; an 8-key keypad and PAL video output. It is interfaced and powered by USB and uses V-USB to provide firmware upgrades by implementing a usbasp device. It runs a variant of FIG-Forth.
hardware  diy  electronics  code  avr 
june 2011 by david.parrott
nootropic design | Hackvision
Hackvision is a simple, retro gaming platform based on Arduino technology that you can assemble and connect to your TV. You can write your own games and make your own controllers!
game  diy  hardware  console  arduino  retro 
may 2011 by david.parrott
The Libby8dev website covers a number of stripboard buildable microcontroller projects.
diy  computers  history  z80  avr 
april 2011 by david.parrott
This carefully produced downloadable and printable net file represents an iconic Hassleblad camera as a low impact and functional product that is available to all as an A4 sized, 8 page PDF. The camera takes 35mm film and takes 12-14 images per roll
diy  design  art  paper  photography 
april 2011 by david.parrott
Pixels Past Circuit Boards | Grand Idea Studio
Pixels Past PCBs are custom printed circuit boards for the Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit computer, and ColecoVision consoles that allow hobbyists to build their own homebrew video game cartridges.
diy  atari  retro  development  hardware 
march 2011 by david.parrott
Welcome to the FreeTrack website
FreeTrack is a free optical motion tracking application for Microsoft Windows, released under the GNU General Public License. Its main function is inexpensive head tracking in computer games and simulations but can also be used for general computer accessibility, in particular hands-free computing.
3d  diy  electronics  free  game  games  gaming  hardware  opensource  software  tools  utilities  windows  simulator 
october 2010 by david.parrott
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