P2C2 *Propeller 2 Cardboard Computer* TouchScreenComputer

cheezuscheezus Posts: 244
edited 2019-08-09 - 07:39:52 in Customer Projects
I thought I'd share the project I've been working on for quite some time. There's still a long way to go but I hope you guys enjoy a sneak peak at the progress.

FLASH - NAND Memory IC 8Gb (512M x 16) Parallel
SRAM - Asynchronous Memory IC 16Mb (1M x 16) Parallel
CPLD - XC2C64A - 64 IO
7" 800x480 TFT LCD Resistive touch module
Parallax PowerPal

I hope @Peter Jakacki is okay with how close P2C2TSC or P2CCTSC is to his awesome P2D2, although the plan has always been to incorporate the p2d2 as the carrier. One step at a time and this is an early prototype. I mean c'mon, it's a Cardboard Computer!!

As far as progress, it's still very slow. There's a lot of dependencies to fix and test. I have a debugging font that works and I'm testing those debugging tools. I'm currently trying to get Ymodem working so I can test things a lot easier.

Pics for now, full writeup coming later. Enjoy!

Here's the "p2 version "offical" development thread" with more info for now https://forums.parallax.com/discussion/comment/1456684/#Comment_1456684








  • HIGHLY impressive!!
    Windows 10 Home:
    Propeller Tool 1.3.2, BASIC Stamp Editor 2.5.4, Javelin Stamp IDE x.x.x, Arduino IDE, PST
    BASIC Stamp Board of Education, Propeller Board of Education, Propeller Project Board, Propeller Mini

    Me, a programmer in English class, asking for grammar help: “What is the syntax for this statement?”
  • Love the cardboard chassis as a prototyping setup. Way more creative than my breadboard and cheap TV prototype system.

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