Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 16th Dec 2012 20:13 UTC
Games "Unfortunately, many of the logic chips that make up Pong are no longer readily available. There are newer parts that will perform the same function but they have different pin connections. I started by re-drawing and adapting some the circuits to the available parts." Recreating Pong from scratch. In its original hardware form. Crazy cool.
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RE: Emulated version
by levi on Tue 18th Dec 2012 19:43 UTC in reply to "Emulated version"
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I disagree. There is nothing incredible in it. Modern computers simply can do it. If somebody tried to emulate Pong hardware at atomic level it would require even higher clock speeds and higher amounts of memory but it still wouldn't be incredible.

Incredible you can , for example, call methods and tools that engineers at MOS Technology used to create 6502 chip.

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