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Started by Ynot.zer0, 17:54, 01 August 09
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Quote from: ynot.zer0 on 18:57, 01 August 09 maybe I should have searched the CPCWiki a little bit harder the first time around!also found a helpful reference guide in the 'Anatomy of the CPCs' book, Page 80+81 (maybe having all the books scanned in and uploaded to the CPCWiki is a good idea, after all)Still, if anyone else has done this sort of thing before (or even considered it and stopped), please let me know
Quote from: Ygdrazil on 11:54, 02 August 09The CPCKey project is a very extensive project and would probably not be well suited for your "Laptop CPC project" - The complexity and physical size would make it hard to fit into the small casing of a laptop. A more modern approach would be to use a PIC controler and let it make the matrix calculations instead. Having all the books scanned on the CPCWIKI would indeed be great.. But it would also be the mother of all scanning projects!! But who nows only time can tell.. One book at a time. By the way i think your laptop CPC project is very very nice. I am anxious how it will turn out. /Ydrazil
Quote from: ynot.zer0 on 23:58, 02 August 09...couldn't get PIC18F1XK22, but could get some PIC18F13K50 - I'll keep you informed on how the progress goes on interfacing the CPC 6128 keyboard matrix with the PS/2 output for the T-REX (encased within an original CPC 6128 casing)
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