Hackaday Retro Edition: Remaking the PDP 8/I With A Raspberry Pi – Hackaday

Hackaday Hackaday Retro Edition: Remaking the PDP 8/I With A Raspberry Pi Hackaday Instead of hundreds of Flip Chips, this PDP-8 is powered by a Raspberry Pi running the SIMH emulator. The 40-pin GPIO connector on the Pi is broken out to 92 LEDs and 26 toggle switches on a large PCB. This setup gets [Oscar] a reasonable facsimile of

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There’s a weird problem with the new Raspberry Pi computer – Business Insider

Business Insider There's a weird problem with the new Raspberry Pi computer Business Insider Any cameras with a Xenon flash trigger a reaction in a chip on the Raspberry Pi . One of the chips on the exposed computer's circuit board seems to be sensitive to light and poorly shielded, so when the camera's flash triggers, it causes the entire … and more

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