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Thread: SCENIX VIDEO VIRTUAL PERIPHERAL Design Challenge and Contest
face picon face BY : James Newton email (remove spam text)

I believe your analysis is specific to graphic (pixel) data from RAM rather
than character pixel data from program memory with the character selected by
RAM data and that you have not taken into account the SX's IREAD
which does a one cycle lookup of a memory location any where in program
memory (character data) addressed by the combination of the mode register
and W and returns a 12 bit result in mode and W.

I have a chunk of code written (untested) that will put out a pixel from a
character table every other instruction with an extra pixel separation
(black) between each character.

Any takers?

I'll post it tomorrow.

James Newton
1-619-652-0593 phone

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