MiST - Amiga ST FPGA + intro
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Thu Mar 31 16:53:55 CDT 2016
On 3/31/2016 2:58 PM, Swift Griggs wrote:
> On Thu, 31 Mar 2016, ben wrote:
>> Well the FPGA's have the advantage of a small box, for a gaming box
>> that needs a few buttons, joystick and TV.
> Yes, and you can control the floppy insert/eject operations all from the
> joystick rather than needing a computer console etc...
>> Get them now before VIRTUAL 3D hits the market.
> Are you talking about folks taking tile based 2D games and running
> algorithms to 3D-ize them into "new games" ? I'm wondering why you
> connect this and the MiST ? Just curious.
No, I was thinking of the latest technology stuff that claims to give
real 3D, something like Star Trek's Holo-deck. I just heard about it
over the grape vine.
>> I am picking up a Oberon FPGA setup to see what a real OS is like. Ben.
> Nice! I never even thought about someone setting up an FPGA to do that.
> The same would be cool for old LISP machines or a Thinking Machines
> emulator. That'd be really interesting.
Get writing that PDP 10 emulator for LISP :)
I suspect the Oberon FPGA card would make a nice small PDP 10 emulator
as you get a network i/o device.
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