I was also thinking to disable the chip select on the screen ram and install a small board with a craignell or a godil reinplementing the screen.. I already made a vhdl to produce a screen similar to a commodore screen producing a signal for vga (actually run on a nexys2) it is probably also possible to do something similar with a propeller... On 18/08/2016 05:30, Per Olofsson wrote: > On Wed, Aug 17, 2016, at 01:40 PM, Didier Derny wrote: >> Hi >> >> any idea on how I can connect a commodore 8032 motherboard to a modern >> screen ? > I'm working on a project that allows mirroring of the graphics ram in > 8/16-bit computers into a Raspberry Pi kernel buffer. It's then a > relatively simple matter of rendering it 60 times per second and > outputting it on the Pi's HDMI. I'm currently using it to build a > graphics card with Amiga inspired capabilities for the C64, but an 80x25 > display like the 8032's would be much simpler. The project's paused for > a few weeks due to me moving to the US for a bit, but I hope to continue > in a few weeks once we get settled in. It's a work in progress and I've > started uploading parts of it to GitHub: > > https://github.com/MagerValp/fifogfx > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-08-18 08:00:05
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