smbakeryt made a floppy controller for his Raspberry Pi:
If there’s one criticism I hear more often than any other about the pi, it’s “I wish my Raspberry Pi had a floppy drive“. It’s really shocking that the pi doesn’t have the ubiquitous 34-pin floppy header that we all know and love. How else are you supposed to interface your Tandon TM100-2A or your Teac FD-55BR or even, for you cutting edge folks, your Sony MFP290 3.5” high density drive?
So I set along to create this much needed had, the missing link between the raspberry pi and the floppy disk drive.
More details on Dr. Scott M. Baker’s blog.
Check out the video after the break.