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software:emulation:retrohardware [2019/12/03 13:26]
chris [playing retro games with a portable device]
software:emulation:retrohardware [2020/04/19 13:38] (current)
chris [RISC-V]
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 ==== interesting hardware ==== ==== interesting hardware ====
     * GB Boy color     * GB Boy color
-    * https://​gigatron.io/​ 
  
 ==== playing retro games with a portable device ==== ==== playing retro games with a portable device ====
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 |[[https://​hackaday.com/​2019/​10/​01/​a-retro-gaming-console-for-the-new-generation/​|ESPboy]] |to weak for emulation | |[[https://​hackaday.com/​2019/​10/​01/​a-retro-gaming-console-for-the-new-generation/​|ESPboy]] |to weak for emulation |
 |[[http://​emulation.gametechwiki.com/​index.php/​MiSTer|MiSTer]] |FPGA emulation [[http://​www.racketboy.com/​retro/​mister-fpga-the-future-of-retro-game-emulation-and-preservation|introduction]],​ also [[http://​retronauts.libsyn.com/​retronauts-episode-261-the-mister-revolution|Retronauts]] | |[[http://​emulation.gametechwiki.com/​index.php/​MiSTer|MiSTer]] |FPGA emulation [[http://​www.racketboy.com/​retro/​mister-fpga-the-future-of-retro-game-emulation-and-preservation|introduction]],​ also [[http://​retronauts.libsyn.com/​retronauts-episode-261-the-mister-revolution|Retronauts]] |
-==== east germany computers ​==== +|[[http://​mega65.org/​|Mega65]] | Aimed at being easy to understand | 
-  * [[https://​media.ccc.de/​v/​vcfb19_-_128_-_de_-_201910131530_-_computer_in_der_ddr_-_rene_meyer|Computer in der DDR]]+|[[https://​steckschwein.de/​|Steckschwein]] | Aimed at being easy to understand | 
 +|[[https://​gigatron.io/​|Gigatron]] ​        | Aimed at being easy to understand | 
 +==== RISC-V ==== 
 +  * FPGA (reprogrammable hardware) could be used. 
 +    * Orange Crab, Lattice ECP5 FPGA, [[https://​groupgets.com/​campaigns/​710-orangecrab|(was) available for $99]] 
 +    * ULX3S, FPGA ESP32, [[https://​www.crowdsupply.com/​radiona/​ulx3s|should start shipping 2020-06-16 for $115]], WLAN, 32mb RAM 
 +      * This one looks actually really really nice! Has USB, Wifi, Video out 
 +    * [[https://​github.com/​im-tomu/​fomu-hardware|Fomu]] is aimed at teaching FPGAs basics (Micropython,​ verilog), can not connect devices/​load code from a microSD card 
 +    * AndeShape FPGA boards, likely ~$1000 
 +    * iCEBreaker FPGA Development Board 
 +      * Lattice iCE40UP5k FPGA, capable of hosting CPU soft cores such as picorv32, picosoc, and RISC-V 
 +      * [[https://​www.crowdsupply.com/​1bitsquared/​icebreaker-fpga|starting to ship for $69 on 2020-4-23]] 
 +      * the board has no NIC 
 +    * https://​www.crowdsupply.com/​ has some interesting projects 
 +  * KVM-guest on x86 can emulate RISC-V. [[https://​fedoraproject.org/​wiki/​Architectures/​RISC-V/​Installing|Details from fedoraproject.org]] 
 +  * [[https://​riscv-association.jp/​wp-content/​uploads/​2019/​09/​Fedora_on_RISC-V_Tokyo_30_Sep_2019_v4.pdf|Fedora/​risc-v details from September 2019]] 
 +  * HiFive Unleashed: to it's expensive.. currently at $999. I was looking for raspi scale performance wise. 
 +==== East German Computers ​==== 
 +  * [[https://​media.ccc.de/​v/​vcfb19_-_128_-_de_-_201910131530_-_computer_in_der_ddr_-_rene_meyer|Computer in der DDR, presentation]]
software/emulation/retrohardware.1575376000.txt · Last modified: 2019/12/03 13:26 by chris