Re: [midatlanticretro] It's alive!!!
- At 11:07 PM 9/26/2007 -0400, you wrote:
>For the last quite a while, I have been working on creating a TV game
>from scratch.. Tonight I was *finally* able to get an initial part of
>it working, that is something on the screen! :)
>If you go to Photos --> Pre TV Game you will see a few pictures of the
>breadboarded bits and the resulting rectangles on the screen.
>Everything on the screen is generated by 74LS logic chips!
>After much debugging (with my handy dandy logic probe) I fixed a bunch
>of bugs plus even found a few mistakes in the book! Unfortunately the
>screen is flickering like the vertical hold is not syncing, but I am
>just happy to have some sort of display. In case anyone is wondering,
>the book I am using is "How to Design & Build Your Own Custom TV Games"
>by David L. Heiserman.
>Next steps will be to figure out the vertical sync, then start to play
>with making more complex figures..
- Bryan Pope wrote:
>The vertical sync is now rock steady.. :) One of the two vertical sync
> Next steps will be to figure out the vertical sync, then start to play
> with making more complex figures..
timing gates was connected to nothing..
P.S. There are a couple of new pics in the Pre TV Game album...