[Coco] 2016 CoCo Fest, demonstrate CoCo 3 with HDMI?

Salvador Garcia ssalvadorgarcia at netscape.net
Fri Mar 4 18:26:49 EST 2016

Fantastic! I look forward to meeting you. Are you thinking of possibly demonstrating it at a specific session, or getting a table and just presenting it as people ask. If you do get a table, for sure you'll be swamped by all 60 attendees ;-) Perhaps you can video tape yourself presenting the converter and play that as needed, with you there to add value to the video.


If you do need a table, please also post back here. I know for certain that at least two GCCC members frequent this list, plus if needed I can help you too. Or if you are already in contact with them then forget I said anything. Regards, Salvador



-----Original Message-----
From: Barry Nelson <barry.nelson at amobiledevice.com>
To: coco <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Fri, Mar 4, 2016 2:41 pm
Subject: [Coco] 2016 CoCo Fest, demonstrate CoCo 3 with HDMI?

I may be attending the CoCo Fest this April. It is quite a trip for me as I live in Florida. If I do attend, I am curious if anyone else might bring a monitor with a HDMI input or if the place where the meeting is going to be might have one, as it would be difficult for me to bring even a small one on the plane. I can bring the cable I designed to convert the CoCo 3's RGB output to SCART, and the SCART to HDMI converter that I use to the show. I am hoping I might be able to demonstrate it at the show.https://hackaday.io/project/7366-coco-3-rgb-to-scart-to-hdmi-cableDESCRIPTIONThis project will describe how to create a SCART video cable for a Tandy Color Computer 3. SCART is a European video interface standard. In my case I use a SCART to HDMI interface to allow my Color Computer 3 to display on my modern wide screen TV.-- Coco mailing listCoco at maltedmedia.comhttps://pairlist5.pair.net/mailman/listinfo/coco

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