Eric Christopherson echristopherson at
Tue Aug 25 11:59:51 CDT 2015

I just noticed the September 2015 issue of Nuts & Volts has, right on
its cover, a project to outfit a Commodore PET with color (digital
RGBI) output. It requires a PET with the Universal Dynamic PET
motherboard, the one that could be switched between 40 and 80 columns
via jumpers; the actual output is only in 40 because of memory
limitations. The specific project in the magazine allows four 16
foreground and 16 background colors per pixel, but it says the author
has also made it output 8-bit analog RGB foregrounds with one fixed
background color.

        Eric Christopherson

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