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What about using the address to the Nspire's LCD buffer directly as the CE's? Otherwise, that's pretty cool.
Did it require many modifications, by the way?
This is an Apple Watch.And it's joining the club of devices capable of running CEmu \o/Sorry for the bad quality Yes, I know, the colors are messed up, I probably shifted some RGB bits a bit too hard, I'll fix that soon...Yes, it's running natively on the watch, not on the iPhone.No, it's not usable for now (no input etc.), I'm just showing that the core works.If/When a download gets available, it will be here: https://github.com/MateoConLechuga/CEmuVideo showing the speed:
That is awesome Adriweb. I wonder if it could be ported to iOS easily, especially with their restrictions on emulators and stuff in the past (are those still active?)
Oh I see now. That's cool that they lifted some of their restrictions. Using an iOS device in the past seemed like living in North Korea: You were restricted with anything and the minute you tried to circumvent restrictions, you were "punished" for doing it (by being forced to reformat your phone because once jailbroken it had 50% chances of suddenly being one step close to bricked for absolute no reason)
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