Simple-VGA suggestions welcome (author)
The PDF document was created, you can take it from http://www.vga-avr.narod.ru/
Is that a question then?
Although I don't really understand what you're asking I wonder if this thread from a couple of days ago helps ?
It Would be desirable to hear impression about my project.
What project ?
Simple-VGA/Video terminal (At the recently added projects topic)
That's very cool! The simplicity really shines. If I didn't have long list of stuff I want to do, I'd run building your VGA :)
It would make life easier if you used PDF instead of Word for the description of your project, not everyone has Word. You can convert anything into PDF with use of PDF Creator http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfcreator/.
The Dark Boxes are coming.
I agree, now I understand the original post (maxx obvioulsy not a man for 10 words where 1 wil do then!), it is a *very* clever little bit of technology you've designed there.
maxx_ir - very clever!
It would make life easier if you used PDF instead of Word for the description of your project, not everyone has Word.
Open Office has an Export as PDF... option.
10Well guys! I shall try to alter the documentation
First I didn't understand, but now I found your project.
Fine, good documentation, could be very useful for
slow realtime debugging of other systems.
i landed here.. because research how to create serial data char appear into television / vga monitor. anyone compiled main.c successfuly?
i wish i could download the hex file for atmega16 .
Well, I'm impressed by the AVR-VGA interface also.
But I haven't seen a cathode-ray display monitor/television for 20 years. My VGA monitors on my PC are all 1300x1024 pixel resolution and weigh 5-10 kilograms. They aren't items that I would permanently attach to a $2 microcontroller prototype.
I recommend switching to TFT displays. True, they are small and fragile. But they look great and their touch screens make them intuitively easy-to-use. And they have ten times the usable resolution at a fraction of the price of a full-sized desktop video monitor.
Here is an example: http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-4-SPI-...
and again rachmanbobo this is a 12 YEARS OLD thread! Stop asking for handouts.
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yes.. i will move on lcd 2.4 inci. 4fter simple video completed. my tv 32inci still include yellow video port input :)
just love sweet old memory code.. i m old person.. 28 yr past time ago is good era . i miss fun activity to do electronic project. now i m 40 yrold back into freak old person playing cute ic atmega. :D
i think this project is nice. Australia remind me to mr. michell collin.. that do great electronic hobby project. time to surf internet research about it with grandpa Google
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