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’80s-style home computer made from scratch using an Arduino Due

Reading Time: 2 minutes ’80s-style home computer made from scratch using an Arduino Due Arduino Team — January 10th, 2022 As a continuation from his previous Arduino BASIC interpreter project, Stefan Lenz wanted to take things a step further by recreating a home computer from the 1980s with an Arduino Due board and just a few other components. His system combines a […]

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Arduino enables USB mouse support on custom 6502 homebrew computer

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — October 21st, 2021 The MOS Technology 6502 was one of the most popular processors of the 8-bit era. It found a home in legendary computers like the Commodore 64, Acorn Electron, BBC Micro, and Apple II. Even the NES had a custom implementation of the 6502. Because the 6502 is so well […]

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Cambridge-1 is a 4-bit homebrew 7400-based CPU

Reading Time: 2 minutes Cambridge-1 is a 4-bit homebrew 7400-based CPU Arduino Team — September 26th, 2019 Richard of ARITH-MATIC had the idea to build a 4-bit computer based on 7400 series ICs (like the 74HC273, 74HC193, and 74HC125), but other responsibilities got in the way of this becoming a reality for quite some time. Finally, with the Retro […]