Ten years ago, two student from the Cornell University (North Australia) released the first public homebrew cart and software for the WonderSwan that does not use the WonderWitch. See here.
Their project was a major breakthrough as they where the first to document the WonderSwan hardware, and they are the original authors of the well known wstech document.
And after they made their release… nothing more. There were no concrete or public hardware development for the WonderSwan that went to a releasable product.
Continue reading Finally…
As I am working on the Replic’Oric project, the second step (and what will become the StratoCumulus) become clearer and clearer and the most important changes is the add for a “recolouring” overlay mechanism.
This blog entry is the first documentation on what will become this new display mode. Both The “New Oric” and the StratoCumulus will provide it.
Continue reading Replic’Oric Step 2 – A point on the (re)colouring mode
I’m proud to announce the third 986-Studio project: The Replic’Oric!
Continue reading Replic’Oric Project
Hi everyone, it was a long time since I not post something about the Ikari01/Maximilian Rehkopf SD2SNES project from which I build my own board from scratch!
As I suspected, soldering BGA is not something easy, and I went into lots of problem with this chip, from completely not working to as know working a bit, but not completely… Continue reading SD2SNES Update
Saddly, the NVidia 8600M GT of my main computer decided to die last Saturday, so I’m nearly computer less actually, and my project can’t follow the path I wanted. I can only work a little on my project during my work time. (Yes, that’s not a good thing to do, I know ;))
Continue reading Wonder Project! – Part 2
Since it was not buyable, and I need it for other project (like the AC2012’s SpeedCoding party this Weekend) I made my own version of the SD2SNES board from the source given by ikari01, the author of the SuperCIC and so the SD2SNES.
Continue reading First 986-Studio big project