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Monster 6502 Now Powers a Retrocomputer

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Published on May 20, 2017

Eric Schlaepfer has been hard at work over the past year to build an interface board for the discrete 6502 processor he unveiled last May.

The 6502 is a well-known processor found in all kinds of retro computers and gaming systems. Last year he build a discrete version of the 6502; instead of a small integrated-circuit this is a huge circuit board with individual transistors making up all for the chips (once) inner workings.

This year he's turned that discrete processor into a full-blown computer. In this video he shows off his Monster Interface Module called the MIM-1 by manipulating registers, and running a retro game he developed himself.

Read the article:
http://hackaday.com/?p=258280

See last year's video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzWwU...

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