Retro video gaming console on Arduino
Arduinocade is an 8-bit retro video console which is based on an overclocked Arduino (ATmega328p) which generates video, audio and has IR input for user controls.
Arduino is overclocked to 28.6363 MHz (which is 2 times the frequency of NTSC signal) and in combination with a delay or two in the video-generation routines it enables us to generate a palette of 27 colors on the screen. Along side with Arduino there are just a few other components so it is very easy to assemble this device on breadboard. Currently implemented games are: Ballblaster, Jowst, Caverns of Titan and of course good old Pacman.
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