My Projects ***Updated 06/03/2020***
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- Interface board that connects to a GBS8200 (not included) to
convert RGB video signals to a standard VGA output utilizing a
GBS8200. This will allow for a Geneve 9640 or a TI-99/4A that
uses the AVPC or EVPC card to use newer VGA monitors.
OoeyGUI Mess - Coded in Python and compatible
with Windows, Linux and OSX; this program interfaces with MAME 0204b
or higher to pass arguments for easy launching of an emulated
SCART-Genie - (In
production) Converts RGB signal from Geneve 9640 to
standard SCART, includes LM1881 Sync cleaner within circuit.
Easily connect a 9640 to a SCART enabled monitor (15kHz) or SCART to
HDMI upscaler without the need of soldering! Check
my store out for more information!
SOFTWORX BBS v1.0 - Original version of this BBS software written and coded by Mark Shields. - I need to create docs
SOFTWORX BBS Latest - Revive latest BBS Software from Mark Shields which uses the Zyolog BBS Machine Language.
- My version of the TI-99/4a to Atari Joystick Adapter.
Reset Switch -
Instructions to install a reset switch for the TI-99/4A.
Getting the TI On The Internet - Instructions for both Lantronix UDS and Raspberry Pi
ESP8266 WiFi Modem - Instructions for building from scratch a
WiFi modem using ESP8266 module. The device will act as a Hayes
Keyboard Converter - AT keyboard scan codes to
XT keyboard Scan Codes using a PIC12F629 micro-controller
USB Keys - Use a USB keyboard on PC that uses AT or XT
DriveSelect Board - No more hacking of floppy cables for 3.5
drives that have no drive select option.
Genie V2 - Connect your RGB 15kHz computer to VGA LCD Monitor
Mouse Genie V1 - Connect a PS/2 Mouse to the
Geneve 9640 BUS mouse port!
Frankenstein - Replacement of your the BQ4847 battery
PEB Adapter Card - Put your Speech Synthesizer in your PEB!
Support Suite - (Currently in Development) - Ongoing
utilities in development to support the TI-99/4A & Myarc Geneve
9640 for use with cross-platform operating systems. Python will
be the language of choice due to its cross-platform
compatibility. First up is a program to allow RAW disk IO access
to SD cards to read and write specific sectors for use with the
WHTSCSI card and SCSI2SD adapter.