I just wanted to share something I've been working on.
It's a completely reverse engineered NES motherboard, schematics, manufacturing files, and a Bill of Materials (BOM).
Meaning you can assemble your own NES motherboards, or even use the schematic to make a custom board.
Hello, I'm designing a basic flash-style cart to read games and demos from an SD card and write them to flash memory, as an exercise. I'd like to get Titan's OVERDRIVE demo working as I've met some of the makers. :)
I'm somewhat new to hardware engineering so I'd like a critical eye over my...
Bare Minimum to use Medusa:
Special Medusa AV Loopback Cable (3ft Cable, no logos, 30 pins all connected)
USB-A to USB-B Cable (3ft cable, Microsoft logo on each end, plugged into back USB port of Xbox 360)
2x USB wired Controller ports
2x mini-DIN connectors for...