Monthly Archives: November 2011

Uzebox – an 8-bit Gaming Console

The Uzebox is an old school gaming console hardware designed for today’s hobbyists. It is based around an ATmega MCU and an RGB-to-NTSC (or PAL) converter chip. The system has 4kB of RAM and 64kB of FLASH. The system can … Continue reading

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Classic Auction in one Month

In one month time, December 3rd, Elektroteknologsektionens Teletekniska Avdelning, ETA, of Chalmers University of Technology¬†, my alma mater, will host their annual auction. Being based in western Sweden, this auktion is a must. Instruments, components, computers, etc – both in … Continue reading

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Summarizing 3D Printing

Over the last weeks, we have been looking at 3D printing. From the origins in the RepRap project, through various commercially available kits. We’ve also been looking at the work flow involved, as well as the tools and sites.

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