The board basics. In a prior post, I presented my hardware project for a Game Boy cartridge reader. Since then, I had some time to write some code for it. I thought that a good start would be writing the routines for basic operations, like outputting address and data into the pins of the microcontroller, […]
I told about a Game Boy Advance I bought on post last week, and how I got its schematics and service Manual. I also talked that its screen had a problem. Well, now it is a little better, not perfect but it definitely works.
Last week i put my hands on a GBA with two problems: the sound is very low and the screen was not showing the images very well, explained on a next post. I thought that also there was a problem with power, but was just the batteries. I never had an Game Boy Advance and […]
Hey, welcome again! This time i want to share my Mega Drive flash cart made of old BIOS chips. I made it because my Sonic cart was not working since always. I used Arduino, Python and a bit of Processing (nice to show visual info) to programm. Sorry for the bad pictures and a good […]
Taking a bit of the blog dust. I admit, I am not the programmer kind, I like to experiment and learn, but I am from the hardware side of the force. Recently I needed to create a programm for one of my projects, a kind of dot matrix printer from scrap, I did the project […]