This is an experimental project to connect Raspberry Pi with the help of cheap Cyclone IV FPGA board to 8-bit ISA bus to act as multiple different devices. What is currently implemented (to some degree), i.e. PC can access through ISA
Old game systems are typically the most popular targets for emulation. With huge communities of fans wanting to recreate the good times of yesteryear, most old systems have all been brought back to life in this manner.
I got the Xbox adaptive controller for a few weeks now and it’s quite an impressive device. Its goal is to help gamers with limited mobility. But once you know how it works you can actually use it to interface with any device you can think of others than gaming.
An open-source Sega Genesis / Mega Drive cart dumper. This repository includes the sources for the hardware, the firmware running on the hardware, and computer programs used to interface with the dumper.
Can you generate VGA and handle a PS/2 keyboard with a Cortex-M4 in Rust? That’s precisely what [theJPster] wanted to find out with Monotron, a 1980s style home computer programmed in pure Rust.
If you’re desperate for a sense of nostalgia for video games of yore but don’t want to shell out the big bucks for an NES classic, you can always grab a single arcade-style game that’ll plug straight into your TV.
In the past we’ve talked about one of the major downsides of working with vintage computer hardware, which of course is the fact you’re working with vintage computer hardware.