What is it? This Board emulates all 4 paddle games on the old TV game "pong" chip - the AY-3-8500. It uses an Atmel AVR processor - the ATmega328 and outputs the composite video signal and sound th...Read More…
This Board emulates all 4 paddle games on the old TV game "pong" chip - the AY-3-8500. It uses an Atmel AVR processor - the ATmega328 and outputs the composite video signal and sound through two RCA connectors.
The software design was made by Grant, His excellent work carried out was to convert the routines of the AY-3500 to work in the Atmega AVR processor. Full credit goes to Grant for his dedication and for sharing his project as Open Source.
If you would like a full description of the software routines you can find the full write up at his website here!-Grant Web Page
I always wanted to create pong style retro games without a massive amount of logic chips and other circuitry. The AVR processor solves this by coding...
The design I ended up is a faithful reproduction of the 8500 chip.
Jumper to Select Between (Just solder the two PCB pads to select a mode )
Jumper to Select Version
1976 Version - Old
1977 Version - New
Assembled: Ready Built and Tested Unit -Ready to Go
User Manual: A user manual is included explaining each button what it does and also how to connect it to the T.V. and also how to wire the Paddles! - Depending on which country the correct NTSC/PAL jumper is configured before shipping.
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