Started by GUNHED, 20:00, 31 May 22
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Quote from: Bryce on 20:39, 31 May 22Electrically probably yes, but you would need to be able to create around 50fps screens for it to work properly.Bryce.
Quote from: Prodatron on 01:30, 01 June 22Giana is just simple 2D, it doesn't matter if it has 16, 32 or 64K or whatever vram at all.For 3D you need two screens at 50Hz which are NEARLY the same but differ a little bit in case of the deepness.A CPC could maybe achieve this by plotting preloaded small bitmaps or very simple line objects, which then have to run at 50Hz which is hard to achieve or limited.
Quote from: GUNHED on 14:45, 07 June 22the CPC being able of having 50 fps scrolling.
Quote from: GUNHED on 14:45, 07 June 22You just bitch at everything I write. Never saw a constructive comment from you (or BSC) during the last years in case I proposed something.
Quote from: ajcasado on 17:36, 07 June 22This circuit http://www.int03.co.uk/crema/hardware/stereo/ could serve as starting point to drive the glasses. The question is if they must be fed at 12V or 5V. Anyway in that page you can find several compatible glasses with this hack.If you want to explore the freak side of this technology you can also use this method: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uef17zOCDb8
Quote from: Bryce on 10:56, 08 June 22I assume you know that that Jonathan Post video is completely fake? The "eyelid activators" (an LED flasher circuit embedded in hotglue) aren't even close to the position of a real persons eyelid muscles.
Quote from: GUNHED on 16:34, 08 June 22In case somebody is able to create an IR transmitter for the CPC that would be nice of course.
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