My website is a place where I make write-ups about all my projects and magical thingies.
On my website you'll find
my breadboard cpu project, my experimenting with CPU design and
having fun building a functional computer on breadboards.
Personally, I'm into computers in all kinds of ways: designing CPU hardware, casual gaming from time to time,
and programming ranging from an operating system for my CPU to sketching something fun and graphical up.
I also have a blog now, where I'll be posting status updates on projects and alike. You can also sign up to my mailinglist while you're there, so you won't miss any new posts
3D being rendered by an ESP32
Recently, I found some
which inspired me to try 3D graphics again.
After some puzzling and overthinking deceptively simple math, I managed to render a 3D model with lighting, and even in 3D anaglyph!
The Badge.Team mascot
In summer 2020, I started volunteering for the MCH2022
That is when I realised. There is no way to perform transformations. There isn't even a way to draw a triangle!
So, I got to work creating some better graphics for them. And now, for the MCH2022 badge, I was asked to write the graphics stack.
Badge.Team website, read more.
GR8CPU Rev2, an 8-bit breadboard computer.
GR8CPU is my project to build a fully functional computer on breadboards.
The first version i built, GR8CPU revision 2,
has easily over 600 wires, 74 integrated circuits and 79 LED lights. It is an 8-bit architecture with
simplicity and processing power in mind. The CPU has access to 256 bytes of RAM,
and i have written a fully functional
As of now, I'm working on building my second one, GR8CPU Rev3. The first CPU was loads of fun to work on, but my ambitions are higher: with 65536 bytes of memory, improved arithmetic and a much higher speed by design, this CPU is a contender for the most complex breadboard CPU ever made.
Whereas the flagship program for GR8CPU Rev2 is a game of