Re: [midatlanticretro] KIM-1, It Lives....
- View SourceOn 03/01/2012 12:39 AM, Dan Roganti wrote:
> > > Now that you mention it, maybe I should setup a booth with a demo fromOf course. I meant which actual signals were available, not the fanout.
> > > my workshop that shows one of the computers running with the vector
> > > graphics kit.
> > Are the signals present on the "E" bus of the KIM-1 sufficient to
> > drive your design?
> Buffer,baby, Buffer ;)
(why did I just picture Dan in a sexy Sarah Palin pose? ;))
Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
New Kensington, PA
- View SourceOn Wed, Mar 07, 2012 at 05:38:44AM -0500, Dave McGuire wrote:
>They have gone up a little since I got mine for $20 9 years ago.
> I'm jealous of your 611. I have a "parts" 611 here, raped of several
> components and the covers. I missed out on a complete one on eBay last
> week; I was very disappointed about that.
> Have you done anything interesting with yours?Its been to VCF. I demoed it in store and non-store mode. The deflection
isn't fast enough to keep up with the AX08 without some delays so I also
brought another monitor that worked better for space war. I can't remember
what I was drawing in store mode. It may have been spirograph type patterns.
I may bring a RM503 this year since that a good period display for
My 547 and teletype made it on TV for 8 seconds.
http://www.pdp8online.com/asr33/asr33.shtml (after the table)