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Aug 2008

Craft

Anonymous
Fri 1-Aug-2008 14:29
This is awesome! Never thought that little thing would have the power to generate that.
Anonymous
Fri 1-Aug-2008 14:45
Brilliant stuff man, really impressive.
Anonymous
Fri 1-Aug-2008 14:52
very impressive, and thank you for uploading the music.
Anonymous
Fri 1-Aug-2008 16:00
Wow, awesome! The music was absolutely fantastic!
Anonymous
Fri 1-Aug-2008 18:03
So nice! Just got teleported back to the 80's. This is awesome.
Anonymous
Sat 2-Aug-2008 01:26
awsome :D najs
Anonymous
Sat 2-Aug-2008 05:03
Your work is great!

AtomicZombie
Anonymous
Sat 2-Aug-2008 07:19
This is just breathtaking.. AMAZING!
Anonymous
Sat 2-Aug-2008 12:18
I have drawn the schematic in eagle, check it here as png:
http://www.bramsonderdelen.nl/vga_gen_m8.png
or as eagle sch:
http://www.bramsonderdelen.nl/vga_gen_m8.sch
contact me:
bram at atasco dot nl
what kind of transistor did you use?
Anonymous
Sat 2-Aug-2008 13:04
Mycket mycket imponerande bygge, och demot är kanon.
Anonymous
Sat 2-Aug-2008 19:27
Grymt snyggt!
Anonymous
Sat 2-Aug-2008 21:14
Cooool!!!
Respect!

The hardware chiptune project

Anonymous
Mon 4-Aug-2008 00:37
Sounds like Jeroen Tel :D

Reverberations

Anonymous
Mon 4-Aug-2008 02:12
Helt fantastisk rättvisa åt musiken, undras om man kan få låna domkyrkan en natt för att uppnå perfekt rumstemporal spridning och spela in alltsammans där? Linus Walleij

Craft

Anonymous
Mon 4-Aug-2008 10:40
Mycket snyggt jobbat!
Man får en riktig resa tillbaka till den tid då dataspelen var som roligast och även oskyldigast. Jag måste säga att jag är mycket imponerad av det du gjort, det är alltid svårare att ha få resurser och utnyttja dessa till 100% än att ha den senaste tekniken och bara utnyttja delar av den.
Respekt från 40-årig gammal räv!
elosh
Henrik
Mon 4-Aug-2008 12:32
Kan bara säga hur imponerande det är. Påminner om gammla C64 och Amiga demos. Keep up the good work.

SID theme search engine

Anonymous
Tue 5-Aug-2008 00:11
It will useful if you will create Flash-object with interactive music keyboard.

Craft

lft
Linus Åkesson
Tue 5-Aug-2008 07:41

metal wrote:

Hi,

I was wondering what software do u use to draw the stripboard layout ?

Thanks

Hi! Those are written in a text editor, in the PostScript language. Have a look in the .eps file and you'll see what I mean.

Autosokoban

Anonymous
Tue 5-Aug-2008 17:05
Nice & funny

Craft

Anonymous
Tue 5-Aug-2008 22:19
Wow. I'm speechless.
Anonymous
Thu 7-Aug-2008 13:10
...

I would congratulate you, but there are no words to describe how amazing that was.

The remote control project

Anonymous
Fri 8-Aug-2008 09:01
iam uderstanding u project and i want to think on this project

Craft

Anonymous
Sat 9-Aug-2008 02:24
You have a really demoscene talent, man!

The pot plant monitor

Anonymous
Sat 9-Aug-2008 11:49
Now all you need is a low power RF transmitter so that you can monitor all flowers with great convenience.

Reverberations

Anonymous
Sat 9-Aug-2008 14:01
Mycket bra genomfört! Jag har spelat de flesta av dessa verken på just kyrkorgel, och håller kanske inte med om all interpretation, men det är ju givetvis personligt. Ljudet är fantastiskt bra! /F. Segerfalk aka Moppe

Craft

Anonymous
Tue 12-Aug-2008 03:59
Have you been at all tempted by the AT94K05AL? It's a bit more towards the pricey end but soo many possibilities. I guess the best cheap boost would be a low end xmega.

I have this half baked idea of having a challenge where you take a standard pc keyboard and video connector and add $20 worth of parts to make the best computer you can. (you can use volume pricing for your price calculations though because the idea is to imagine if you made thousands of them)

The pot plant monitor

Anonymous
Sun 17-Aug-2008 23:33
Very nice idea!
I have got two suggestions on how to improve it a little bit:
1. There is no need for a high frequency of measurements and therefore also no need to always provide +5 V. Just connect this path to another uC pin and while no measurement is in progress, let both uC pins provide GND level.
2. Put a resistor (suggestion: 220 Ohms) in serial with the measuring uC pin to protect the uC. Although the capacitance of the capacitor is not too high, a large amount of current will flow in a very short period of time while it is discharged.

Analysis of the lyrics of "Voices"

Anonymous
Fri 22-Aug-2008 08:42
creo que no tienes claro varias cosas
primero la cancion tiene un tiempo se lleva acabo en semana santa, especificamente
11 Judas on the ceiling que simboliza el sabado de gloria
13 I guess Easter's never coming domingo de pascua dia de la resureccion,
el dilema de la cancion es que en su infancia tuvo una vida miserable con su madrastra siempre atormentandolo, y que a su vez era muy debota a la religion, entonces en que debe creer?

se esta haciendo un reclamo a dios de por que no ha resucitado y por que no ha llegado a salvarlo
y esto se mira en toda la cancion

you must be clear in the time this hapend in a week the prev week of eastern for the british or the resurrection day of cristians... so all the song its about a cristians that has a moral dilema because his or her tutor hit to teach religion, whats is bad? or what is worse? the religion or the way of theach...

A case against syntax highlighting

papasmurph
Papa Smurph
Sun 24-Aug-2008 20:54
I tend to use syntax highlighting to see syntactic errors in multi-language source. When writing web applications it's typical to deal with HTML, Javascript, PHP and SQL mixed in the same file, so it's beneficial to see where one thing ends and another starts. I agree that semantics is the main "problem" in programming, but as I yet haven't found an editor that understands strings containing SQL it's still a good thing to highlight the string itself with all the escapes etc. It's very easy to get hard to find errors in SQL sequences.

What I do to lessen the fragmented appearance of syntax colored text is to at least always use the same text format: Whenever an editor chooses italic or bold by default for certain items I set that back to normal text. That makes items pop up less, and the text hence becomes easier to read.

The TTY demystified

Anonymous
Sun 24-Aug-2008 23:36
Very good and informative article for a complex topic
- the tty system really gets demystified here.

Only a small correction:
Your statement "icanon switches between raw and cooked mode" is not completely true.

'stty -icanon' still interprets control characters such as Ctrl-C whereas 'stty raw' disables even this and is the real raw mode.

Greetings,
-Andreas.

Craft

Anonymous
Wed 27-Aug-2008 19:10
this is just amazing. would it be possible to have several of these chips work together, and specialize one chip for one kind of work, thus getting a better result? (higher computational power). couple that with a homemade input device (or something like an old NES controller), and you could make your own game console.

many, many kudos to you.

About me

basafa
Alireza Basafa
Thu 28-Aug-2008 20:34
Hurrah for your ambition (no your pretentious !)

The remote control project

basafa
Alireza Basafa
Thu 28-Aug-2008 21:05
Can you send me circuit & Atmega88 source program of your remote control project ?

The TTY demystified

lft
Linus Åkesson
Fri 29-Aug-2008 18:42
Very good and informative article for a complex topic
- the tty system really gets demystified here.

Only a small correction:
Your statement "icanon switches between raw and cooked mode" is not completely true.

'stty -icanon' still interprets control characters such as Ctrl-C whereas 'stty raw' disables even this and is the real raw mode.

Thanks!

Yes, you're quite right. I've fixed it.

Craft

Anonymous
Sat 30-Aug-2008 23:05
.. mad skills, mad skills!