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Tiny Basic Microcomputer / Calculator

Started by DarkestEx, June 23, 2015, 10:00:25 PM

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p4nix

July 03, 2015, 07:08:52 PM #15 Last Edit: July 03, 2015, 07:15:26 PM by p4nix
If you are ready soldering and stuff, you should definitely send pictures from different views, that'd be very kind  ;D
Because making a smartwatch based on this idea would be a very cool project!

EDIT:
accumulators are also not flat :c

DarkestEx

Quote from: p4nix on July 03, 2015, 07:08:52 PM
If you are ready soldering and stuff, you should definitely send pictures from different views, that'd be very kind  ;D
Because making a smartwatch based on this idea would be a very cool project!

EDIT:
accumulators are also not flat :c
I will do! :)
Its still an awesome idea.
One day we could look into it.
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Quote from: alexgt on July 02, 2015, 06:52:53 PM
That reminds me I just got this
Wow they still make those? I thought that they stopped doing them in the 90's.
Quote from: p4nix on July 03, 2015, 06:50:10 PM
Is it possible to build a reasonably flat wearable computer using those components? I mean forearm-mounted? Would be quite interesting. I don't know how big the keyboard and contoller are about, but I always hate those displays because they are way too big imo.

EDIT: schematics would be cool if they are not exactly Ben Heck's, otherwise I'll check them.
YEah I am curious about this too, because most community/home-made electronics tend to be much larger than new technology. I wonder if someone here could manage to find and assemble something small enough to be wearable, even if lower-end in terms of specs?
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