HOPE in NYC
- Howdy everyone!
I'm once again travelling to NYC for HOPE! If you don't remember, I'm the
guy with the TRS-80 model 4 that sort of let out some fire.
If there is anything you need from me, hollar.
We're doing the video streaming thing yet again. To make things awesome,
NONE OF IT WORKS YET! It ain't a con project unless it's down to the wire.
Got a beautiful piece of hardware that can do 1920x1080 output and all
that, but it's not meant for streaming so we've got to make it stream.
I don't know of anything off hand that would be useful to you all but if
you can think of something.
My friend asked, what are you going to have? He was thinking of gettting a
head start on some custom software. He's sad his TRS-80 qr code app didn't
work I think.
- Ethan O'Toole / Tele Monster
>> My friend asked, what are you going to have?We're going with a theme this year -- single-board computers. We're bringing a Mostek KIM-1, Apple 1 (replica), Heathkit 3400, Bell Labs Bellmac, and RCA Cosmac VIP. Also might bring a Synertek SYM-1 and an Intel 8086 dev system. Jon C. ("Systems Glitch") is bringing his homebrewed 8085 SBC.
>>> Bell Labs BellmacThanks.
>> Officially this thing is known as the Western Electric 1A Microprocessor Trainer.
It was a nice surprise to have you join us this weekend. Hope you can do so again next time.
- On 07/04/2012 02:23 AM, telmnstr@... wrote:
>> Officially this thing is known as the Western Electric 1AYes, WE-32000.
>> Microprocessor Trainer.
> 3B2 use Western Electric CPUs right?
Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
New Kensington, PA
> My friend asked, what are you going to have? He was thinking of gettting aHeh, I believe he tried to get that running on my Kaypro II, using hashes displayed on-screen from a Perl script running on OpenBSD on a Sun SPARC Classic. Perhaps he could try again -- I've got a bi-color 8x8 LED matrix module that could probably be interfaced to my 8085 SBC.
> head start on some custom software. He's sad his TRS-80 qr code app didn't
> work I think.