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    Mame + sound card + oscilloscope = star wars arcade game


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    1. gsx-r750 78 months ago | reply

      Outstanding. Why didn't someone do this back in 1990 when I did my Electronics course.

      http://www.boingboing.net/2007/12/06/mame-oscilloscope-pl.html (?)

    2. blogmotion 78 months ago | reply

      Yes! :)

      (seen on boingboing)

    3. kleer001 78 months ago | reply

      Hmmm, looks authentic, but color me skeptic I'd like to see it moving.

    4. jeffblog [deleted] 78 months ago | reply

      That is too much fun!

    5. naikrovek 78 months ago | reply

      show us how show us how

    6. Matrixsynth 78 months ago | reply

      Amazing. I run a synthesizer blog at matrixsynth.blogspot.com. I put up a post so others there can check it out. If you have more details please drop by and leave a comment or PM me.

    7. ukslim 78 months ago | reply

      I see no reason for scepticism. It's not magic. But it is extremely cool.

      Is there public code out there? I'd love to play Asteroids on an oscilloscope.

      http://www.google.com/reader/view/ (?)

    8. Steven Merrifield 78 months ago | reply

      @kleer001: there is a youtube video link beneath the image...

    9. ttstam 78 months ago | reply

      Dude. Saw this on EnGadget. This is freakin' awesome, congrats, man!

    10. ConceptJunkie 77 months ago | reply

      This is way cool. The very first video games worked the same way, which is the basis for the vector display video games (like Asteroids) that were common until about 1982 or so.

      Although it's commonly thought the first video game was "Space War" from 1961, there was in fact a table tennis simulation called "Tennis for Two" was developed as a demo at Brookhaven National Labs in 1958.

      That's just shy of 50 years ago!

      You can read about it here.

    11. macfixer 64 months ago | reply

      That is absolutely amazing!


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