Sunday, December 2, 2012

SNES <-> Ethernet Adapter + LA Gamespace tracker


Finally finished! I've been working on an example project for the SNES-ethernet adapter. Using it to receive information from Kickstarter to track the progress of the LA Gamespace project! Sorry that it's a bit quiet - I had to turn off the music or I would have went crazy.

Wiznet adapter connected to an ATMEGA644 via SPI. The MCU buffers incoming packet data and converts it to a format the SNES can understand (connected to controller port 2).
Powered from the SNES via 5V - the only other connection is ethernet. Still needs more work but it's getting there!

SNES side written in 65816 assembly - using a super powerpak development cartridge.

(in case you haven't already checked it out - please go to http://www.lagamespace.com/ - the rewards are amazing and there are countless amounts of talented people involved!)

 Greets to my console dudes+ - 68KREW - AGA - TMB - NO CARRIER - ENSO - ALEX MAUER - BIT SHIFTER - NOTE! - ANIMAL-STYLE - ZABUTOM - KeFF - PT!H! - L!W! - NERD NITE AUSTIN - DOOLS - DANIMAL CANNON

2 comments:

  1. The installation CDs also contain Ulead Photo Explorer and ABBYY FineReader OCR software for Mac OS 9 or Windows only. But the support site has a 35-MB download of FineReader that installs as a plug-in for ScanMaker 5 on OS X. 4 pin adapter

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