Monthly Archives: May 2015

Transistor level Atari 2600 simulation

Based on the work from visual6502.org, Greg James has put together a transistor┬álevel simulation of the Atari 2600 console. The entire project is available from github. The simulator runs slowly, but that is the trick. Everything is simulated at half-clock … Continue reading

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Cheaper Pies

With the launch of the Raspberry Pi 2, the pricing of the old B+ felt a bit out of shape. For $35 you got either the newest model with ARMv7 and far more CPU power, or the older B+ with … Continue reading

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