Show Us Your MiSTers

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Re: Show Us Your MiSTers

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venice wrote: Sun Jan 10, 2021 10:30 am
Bits n Stuff wrote: Fri Jan 08, 2021 10:32 pm Could it be used to display thongs like the current v-sync mode, output resolution, etc?..
I am not sure because the display needs at first an connection to the MiSTer System in some way
and I don't know if this is something Sorgelig likes to add.

It was generally just an idea to pimp my case a bit.
Hi. I currently sell MiSTer with 128x64 oled display but without software support. Are you interested to support them? The are available trough i2c (same pins than RTC) and detected by Linux.
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Re: Show Us Your MiSTers

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There’s some amazing projects in here, I’m impressed by all the 3d print stuff and woodworking. Also the Dell computer a guy used is a good use of resources. I like seeing that stuff too!

I used a 1980s alarm clock by GE. I’ve been holding onto this clock shell for over 20 years waiting for a project worthy to install into it, a NUC Windows PC with emulation just was never OK with me.

I managed to fit in a four port USB hub and a 1 TB ssd that actually fits inside!

The slide power on off switch works, the snooze button is the reset button for the Mister, The other two buttons, are also connected.

Currently I am connected to a 37” flat crt that I’ve been saving for such a time. I’m using a vga to component cable. And a wired xbox360 usb controller at this time.
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Re: Show Us Your MiSTers

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Chosen_S wrote: Sun Jan 10, 2021 4:19 pm I used a 1980s alarm clock by GE. I’ve been holding onto this clock shell for over 20 years waiting for a project worthy to install into it,
...that's the right way :D
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Re: Show Us Your MiSTers

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Hi Antonio,
antoniovillena wrote: Sun Jan 10, 2021 2:03 pm Are you interested to support them? The are available trough i2c (same pins than RTC) and detected by Linux.
I send you an PM.
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Re: Show Us Your MiSTers

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Stuck my Mister into a broken Xbox360, nothing fancy but does the job.

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im not the best at soldering so didn't try, reuse the existing ports on the case at the rear,
so there is Hdmi, the 3.5mm audio jack, RJ45 and 3 usbs, and a further 2 usbs behind the small flap at the front.
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some hot glue to keep the cables in place.
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using the hd bay to access the memory card if needed.
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Re: Show Us Your MiSTers

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Wow I am absolutely blown away by the builds you guys have made. They are not the most practical space-wise, but they are a joy to look at. The digital GE clock in particular caught my eye :)

Here's my simple 3D printed case. I chose red, in honor of the SNK red cabs! I'm eyeing the aluminium case from MisterAddons, but I'll wait until my case doesn't suit my needs anymore... (plus, I don't want to have bought a Noctua fan for nothing :lol: )

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Chosen_S wrote: Sun Jan 10, 2021 4:19 pm I used a 1980s alarm clock by GE. I’ve been holding onto this clock shell for over 20 years waiting for a project worthy to install into it
incredible.. mind blown.. many congrats.
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OLED Testing

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First live OLED Test using an SSD1322 Display with 256x64 Pixel connected via SPI to an ESP32 which is connected via USB Serial to the MiSTer.
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Re: Show Us Your MiSTers

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This is getting out of hand! Now there are two of them!
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Re: Show Us Your MiSTers

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Dark Chili wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 10:23 pm This is getting out of hand! Now there are two of them!
Time to go to the vet and snip/snip before you have a whole litter of them :mrgreen:
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Update OLED Testing

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Live OLED Test using an SSD1322 Display with 256x64 Pixel connected via SPI to an ESP32 which is connected via USB Serial to the MiSTer.

Update for more stabilty and faster response.
Is it worth to open an separate Topic?

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Re: Update OLED Testing

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venice wrote: Wed Jan 20, 2021 10:20 am ..
Is it worth to open an separate Topic?
..
yes :D
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Re: Update OLED Testing

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venice wrote: Wed Jan 20, 2021 10:20 am Is it worth to open an separate Topic?
Definitely :)

I want to include this in my custom MiSTer case. I have converted an old cable box that have a transparent plastic front and this would be perfect for this one shining trough.
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Re: Update OLED Testing

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SwedishGojira wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 8:32 am Definitely :)
Done :)
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