[Coco] Any news on the so called CoCo4 or Next CoCo projectthat Bjork was heading?
sales at gimechip.com
Thu Oct 21 19:00:29 EDT 2010
Never mind... the CREDITS at the bottom gives it away.. arcade emulation..
:) look like my old intellivision cart ...
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From: "Little John" <sales at gimechip.com>
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Subject: Re: [Coco] Any news on the so called CoCo4 or Next CoCo projectthat
Bjork was heading?
> Is that an Intellivision being emulated on that thing or the actual Space
> Invaders arcade game?
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> From: "Mark McDougall" <msmcdoug at iinet.net.au>
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> Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2010 4:50 PM
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> that Bjork was heading?
>> On 22/10/2010 6:54 AM, Aaron Wolfe wrote:
>>> The current DE1 board is much smaller than even a small PC, but a
>>> little too large to fit inside a Coco case I think. And of course as
>>> you mentioned there would need to be a screen. As they technology
>>> gets smaller, cheaper, faster perhaps it could be done so that the
>>> FPGA board was in a coco case and the standard coco connectors were
>>> used, even the keyboard if desired.
>> Check out this board...
>> It is _more_ powerful than a DE1!!! It's also 2-3 years old.
>> The only thing stopping me from porting Gary's Coco3FPGA to this thing is
>> the LCD screen resolution (and orientation). But of course that's easily
>> fixed by using a different LCD.
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