@ParallaxInc PropC3 board in its Neon Green case: I love it! With help from @RDGhack (cc @NurveNetworks @openscad)
I have a doubt there..
Top 4uF 25V 85° NP
Bottom 4.7uF 63V 105° NP
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30 years of #capacitors evolution https://t.co/2K8eyICWV4
Yep you read the title correctly!
Long time ago, I was eager against the linux Frame buffer and the fact that it’s always complex to do some quick test on a framebuffer, especially on Embedded Devices (EDs), where you generally don’t have a compiler on it, and testing need a Big Fat PC (BFP) on the left (or right) side of your embedded device (Ok I know some people may want to put the BFP in front or behind the ED, but that’s basically a really wrong thing to do, and you The Gods will kill dozen of kitten, puppies, spiders and bunnies if you do that!!!!!!! You can’t says I haven’t warned you!) and testing the Framebuffer is really really borring if you have to do it this way.
Here it’s time for a new project! (Why do I hear someone telling me that I already have too many project?)
So I’m prout to present you the OricMouse, a new opensource project for the Oric line of product that will add a Mouse input to the Oric!
The origin of this project come from Chema’s OASIS Project that you will find on the Defence-Force forum. OASIS is a game engine largely inspired by SCUMMVM and reading the topic I was thinking “this project need a mouse to be much more fun!”
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