Last updated on April, 15th 2018.
- HWD Perceptron is a handwritten digits recognizer
for yourself or have a look at the Python backend and other details at the project's
HWD-Perceptron GitHub page.
- QNICE-FPGA is a 16-bit computer system build
as a fully-fledged system-on-a-chip in VHDL on a FPGA. This project a co-production with
vaxman, where I am mainly doing the hardware parts (VHDL, FPGA) and
vaxman is mainly responsible the software parts (assembler, emulator, monitor/operating system). QNICE-FPGA is based
on vaxman's original QNICE CPU instruction set architecture.
- DM65PIC is the Peripheral Interface Controller (PIC) for
the MEGA65 retro computer. I did the firmware for doubleflash's custom
hardware that supports original Commodore 65 (prototype) keyboards as well as Commodore 64 keyboards. Watch the demo video
- TeleBall is an Arduino based retro handheld game console,
that features BreakOut (single player) and Tennis for Two (multiplayer via radio). The device is fully custom made, including
a 3D printed case and a custom PCB. See it in action in some videos on the
project page and learn how to build your own TeleBall.
- BreakOut for DuinoKIT
is an Arduino based implementation of this
Arcade classic on the convenient prototyping and experimentor platform
DuinoKit. Have a look at the source on PasteBin or
watch the tutorial on YouTube.
- Tuques is a graphics demo for MS-DOS,
inspired by fr29b by ByTeGeiZ. The executable .com file is just super-tiny 141 bytes in size.
It was made for FEZ, who crocheted it bitwise into one of his tuques. A tuque is a
Photos and more information are on his blog fezbook.de.
There is also a Video that shows the demo and the crocheting.
executable MS-DOS .com including the 80x86 assembler source code here.
a super fancy interactive realtime fluid simulation for gfx fans, VJs and demo coders.
Done in C++ and GLSL. Follow
this link to see some screenshots and to download the executable for Mac OSX or Windows. Sources are also
- CODE RED 4k DEMO:
First Adventure Vision
homebrew demo ever, which scored 2nd on
Revision 2013 party. Crew member of the
AdVi DEV Team of
MEGA. Watch the
intro and explanation video here and watch the
video of the demo running on the actual hardware here.
We created a whole ecosystem
for hacking the Adventure Vision, that includes an emulator for Windows, OSX and Linux
as well as the source code of the CODE RED demo.
OSX port and audio bugfix of JustBurn's
Adventure Vision Emulator.
- OSX port and multiplatform release of 0.4.1 of JustBurn's enhanced
asm48 based on DaveHo's
original version from 2003.