Damn. This is awesome! Good work dude
Looking cool so far Deo but those thumbs. Cotdayum.
Damn. Your thumb can bend! [IMG]
That's a capacitor, on the 3.3v line to smooth it out.
Oh I agree, FFC all the way. Not always easy to solder though, especially with smaller pitches.
Not sure we'd do an FFC version but it'll be super easy to solder, easier than solder pasting an FFC connector to any PCB. I arrogantly destroyed...
All written in C.
There aren't any out there but I'm working with Gman and Chaos on PS2+ which will be open source. We're using a PIC16F18876 which has everything...
Hoowee, my boards came in and damn.
I think I can still use this to dev with, that is the underside of the chip (with the original on...
Yeah, I get that lol. That's fair enough. Really excited to see where this goes!
Ahh, you and I are aiming for the same thing. Nice work, love the layout. You thought of doing a custom PCB to drive the screen to save space?
Where are the batteries going to go?
Jokes aside. This is incredible work as always. Everything about this is just incredibly well done.
*knock knock* _We're agents from the NSA. We would like to see your bomb._
Ahh cool! I looked into ultra book/tablet solutions but PS2 layout is very different. This looks slick AF.
Damn. That's thin! Good work, what heatsink/heatpipe combo is that?
Ah, fair enough. I'm going to be taking a few dumps of the i2c channels soon so I'll be sure to share them with you. You on the Discord?
@Gman correct me if I'm wrong but the digital RGB is 1.7v logic? The data sheet doesn't mention the minimum h/v sync either?
Yeah, all 3 clocks. H, V and pixel clock. Actually, Since posting I realized I missed the i2c lines on the daughter board.
What are those clocks...
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