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A standard VDC chip of the early eighties is the Motorola 6845. While originally intended not for pixel-addressable, but rather character-addressable frame buffers, it can easily be tricked into generating a pixel-adressable bitmap display (like used in many Amstrad computers)- The chip does not generate the video itself, but rather does the ghard work only ...


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chip used in famicom/nes chip used in C64


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I'd suggest using a chain of discrete counters clocked with 4x chroma and generating a composite signal directly from that, using resistors as a crude DAC for the output stage. If e.g. you have use a two-bit DAC that can generate sync, black, and two levels above that, you could fairly easily generate 81 colors by outputting a repeating sequence of four non-...


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