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'[sx]: SCENIX VIDEO VIRTUAL PERIPHERAL'
2001\01\03@133315 by rottosen

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Ted:
Thanks for the interest. If you are ever in Colorado you are invited to
a meeting! We have other members that come from far away: California,
Oregon, Kansas, Massachusetts and other exotic places.

The groups has interests in just about anything technological or
scientific. The only subjects not regularly discussed are religion and
sports. Politics is allowed and members are very opinionated (on this
and every other subject). We are a mix of hardware and software types
with a fair amount of cross breeding.

There is interest in PIC's and SX's. I have counted over half a dozen
members of the group that have hacked PIC/SX hardware or software.

Stupid PIC Tricks have been done by some of us for years now. See my
personal Web page for a list:
http://www.idcomm.com/personal/ottosen/

Not much is done with 6502's nowadays, although one member did some code
on an old Apple][ to update an even older program in a custom SBC for
one of his customers. I still recover old software from my Apple][ on
occasion.

Of course, the world is stuck the &%$%#@ PC so most of our work is done
on that platform. Members run DOS, Windows and Linux on their machines.

Our groups Web site is at  http://6502group.org/  (not http://www.6502.org) and
has a little information about some of the members.

The 6502 Group is very much like the PIC List. This makes a complete
description of the group impossible :-)


-- Rich


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2001\01\04@205546 by rottosen

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Dan:
Sorry you missed the 6502 Group meeting. We (Eric Smith and myself) did
show SX generated video to the group.

I demonstrated the SX doing color and talked about the basics of TV
video and how the hardware works. Eric demonstrated his SX created
monochrome character display and talked about how his software works.
Eric also talked about some of the subtleties of NTSC color.

Check here to see for some pictures:
  http://www.brouhaha.com/~eric/ubicom/servid/


-- Rich


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2001\01\05@133756 by jamesnewton

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Totally excellent.

Looks like we will have a winner in the sxlist contest! After you guys
polish the code and release it, I'll post it on the site (or link to it) and
arrange to send you the prizes.
http://www.sxlist.com/techref/ubicom/contest/video.htm

I think I'll keep the contest running in case anyone else comes up with an
improvement or different version. There is a lot of room for cool
applications of this idea.

BTW, I love your development environment...

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2001\01\05@145657 by Dan Michaels

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Rich Ottosen wrote:
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>
>I demonstrated the SX doing color and talked about the basics of TV
>video and how the hardware works. Eric demonstrated his SX created
>monochrome character display and talked about how his software works.
>Eric also talked about some of the subtleties of NTSC color.
>

Hi Rich, good show, looks like you win the prize, too.

As the current resident xperk on video subtleties, maybe you can
help ole Jinx out. He was wanting to remove|overlay|delete an
onerous icon that his local TV station places in an obvious
part of the screen.

Ideally, I guess, he would like to "recognize" the icon, and
then make it blend_in|go_away|etc. Maybe you can comment.
[BTW, J doesn't actually know what an sx is, but just the
same ....].

- danM

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2001\01\06@121459 by rottosen

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Alexey:

I find it very interesting! I can hardly wait for the NTSC/English
version!!!!

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