Posts Tagged ‘emulator’

STM32F429 discovery board running Sega master system emulator

Monday, January 13th, 2014

Fabrice Muller writes informing of this recent efforts using the STM32F429 Discovery Board to run a Sega emulator: Yesterday I made this adaptation from the Alessandro Rocchegiani sega master system emulator. You can seen the original work here. After trying to adapt this emulator to my smt32 VGA output board...

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PCB a Week 6: GolGrid Conway’s game of life emulator 4×4 LED modules

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

Mats continues his challenge of designing one PCB every week. In week 6 he came up with GolGrid, a Conwat's game of life emulator 4x4 LED modules. The modules are designed to accept commands over the UART protocol, and set or clear the corresponding LEDs. This weeks PAW will be...

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Nehebkau: Laptop controlled keyboard and mouse emulator

Friday, July 13th, 2012

[embed]![/embed] Frank designed, and built a Laptop controlled keyboard, and mouse emulator for his Raspberry Pi. It is designed around two microcontroller with USB device capability. One is connected to a Laptop, from which it receives it's mouse and keyboard data, while the other is connected to the Raspberry Pi...

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AVR emulating ARM Cortex M0

Friday, April 20th, 2012

First, an AVR that boots Linux. Now a Cortex M0 emulator for the ATtiny: I like writing emulators. Since my last one (ARM emulator that booted linux), I was wondering how much faster one could emulate an ARM cpu on an atmega device. The C-language core netted 10KHz. This time...

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