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Author Topic: The WalrusLink Project  (Read 7053 times)

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Re: The WalrusLink Project
« Reply #45 on: June 22, 2017, 07:04:45 pm »
that should be possible, but mind that the entire downscaling would have to be done on the PC's side since the calc would lack the processing power. So we'd end up with a blurred image whene u could see almost nothing of any GUIs and stuff, abd it would be a mere slave, non-functional without the right software on the computer (just like that good old irc program for the 83+)
You wont need to downscale it, you could just scroll about :)
(Ofc the PC would "scroll" for you, sending you only the visible section.

 


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