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Uploaded on Aug 7, 2008
The Uzebox is a homebrew game console made out of resistors and only two chips: an ATmega644 and an AD725 RGB-to-NTSC converter.
This video demonstrates the system kernel's four channels wavetable-based "synthesizer" and the MIDI interface that allows composition of music straight on the console.
Important disclaimer: Since I'm a lousy chiptune composer, all songs are transcriptions of 8-bit gaming classics! Hope they bring your back fond memories. :)
Everything is open source and open hardware, see the site for sources, schematics and have a look at the forums for updates (fully assembled Uzebox soon available in well know web shops!). Look for my other Uzebox videos and please rate if you liked it!