No comment from public yet, but my girlfriend did ask me : “so you have photographic film in this ?”
Other questions/remarks she said :
“How many pictures can you store ? Oh that’s not a lot”
“Can you delete a single picture?”
“Oh it works with aa batteries!”
What about using a simple STM32 with DMA : you can get an infinite (well limited by RAM of course) buffer.
It would also work as a single chip thing and some have usb hardware so that you can emulate a serial port over usb and get quick transfer speed. :)
Well this is true with many other...
A little post to keep you updated. I've been busy with work and personal time recently but here is a quick update.
I have a few things to fix for rev B, mostly things around USB that prevented DFU to work correctly. But nothing hard to fix and that prevents me to work on the software side.
I just found about this : http://restuff.jcs.org
It’s an incredible project that automatically converts StuffIt version 4 & 5 archives to a format readable in StuffIt 3. This should be super useful for périple who can’t migrate to system 7.
(and sorry if it had already...
After opening my SE/30 to mount my SCSI2SD and reclosing the case I noticed that the image displayed on the screen was a little bit rotated compared to before opening the case. You case see attached picture to see. (Both images were taken after the rotation).
What could be the...
It had been asked multiple times, I just updated to design to have two SCSI ports to allow for daisy chaining :)
The connector used will be this one : https://www.digikey.fr/product-detail/fr/adam-tech/DPD-25-00-B3/2057-DPD-25-00-B3-ND/9833611
Sure ! this is quite easy you'll see :
Ignore PWR_FLAG this is a symbol needed for Kicad to prevent a warning.
- +5V is actually the 5V from my USB port
- TPWR is the TPWR pin from SCSI
I assume you know how a diode works. If you apply power to USB, VCC will be 5V (minus some voltage...
Hello everyone !
I had been looking to connect my SE/30 to the internet but I struggled to find PDS boards that would fit in it, and all SCSI to Ethernet boxes that I found were missing floppies with drivers. Moreover most of this stuff was in the US so shipping would be really expensive. Then...