The ZX-UNO project.

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The ZX-UNO project.

Post by Silicebit. » Sat Mar 19, 2016 1:19 pm

Design and development of an electronic device capable of implementing classical computers and other 8-bit systems, such as the ZX Spectrum, using a FPGA chip.

Being an open software & hardware project, it also serves as a platform for research and development for students or hobbyists.

Oric Atmos core is under development!!

More here: http://zxuno.speccy.org/
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Re: The ZX-UNO project.

Post by Godzil » Thu Apr 21, 2016 12:36 pm

Just another FPGA board, why not using the MIST? or any other FPGA board?

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Re: The ZX-UNO project.

Post by Symoon » Wed Sep 26, 2018 12:37 pm

Apparently there are developments going on of Oric emulation (or whatever you call it) for ZX-Uno and Mist.
That's great news, although apparently they just might be "proof of concept", and not finished.

The limitation that always stopped me from buying is the connexion to some of the real hardware (for Oric: how to load/save tapes ? For Atari ST: how do I plug my Steinberg dongles to use with my old software?).

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