So, aparently this is a thing, or at least it soon will be:
Man … those buttons are noisy.
Where does it say it uses ESP32?
The CPU is probably an ATSAMD51 variant.
0:16 she says it’s ATSAMD51
My guess is it’s the same processor pair as this:
So a SAM51 paired with an ESP32 dedicated to doing the IOT stuff.
Yes it is cool adafruit has gone through the heavy lifting of making the Arduboy library work on a new target, as always there are opportunities to build off of this
That screen sucks though.
EDIT: Nope I watched the video to the end, she flips it over it’s just a SAM51.
They had a little help…
(Everything else was Ms. Fried’s doing of course.)
Oh because we are using ASM for our sprites which doesn’t port over to the SAMD?
Lol I still would like to meet her one day, I’ve met like literally every other maker type celebrity on the planet except her.
Her and Colin Furze maybe? I’ve never actually tried to get in touch with Colin before.
Aye, SAMD is ARM-based so AVR assembly doesn’t agree with it.
There’s some other bits of assembly dotted around the rest of the codebase,
but overall they’re quite short and easy to replace.
Sprites::drawPlusMask` on the other hand is a bit of a tangled beast.
Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman?
(And the various other Mythbusters?)
I guess Richard Dean Anderson (MacGyver) doesn’t count…
I’ve honestly never heard of him.
here is another interesting way to emulate arduboy
small console with changing cards and it’s possible to put one with Atmega328 ) https://hackaday.io/project/164736-multi-game-console