I'm modding nice Retro Pacman Light with an Arduino Nano to improve its functionality and effects including sound to light.
Project in progress by RobSmithDev
An Arduino powered floppy disk controller and reader/writer for making and writing disk images from and to old AmigaDOS floppy disks.
Project tutorial by RobSmithDev
An Arduino powered floppy disk controller and reader for making disk images from old AmigaDOS floppy disks.
Project tutorial by Team RobSmithDev
A step-by-step tutorial for interfacing an IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) sensor with an Arduino and reading the Yaw, Pitch & Roll values.
Project tutorial by Aritro Mukherjee
I don’t think it’s currently being used, some games I think used it for copy protection but not sure. I want to use it later on for sync while reading non dos disks
Please understand the CTS line is CRITICAL to this working, every byte that is received during writing a disk will be triggered using the CTS line. If it is not functioning correctly a disk will not be written. The size of the pulses from the Arduino for CTS will be be less that 4uSec I would have thought, so you wont see them at 2ms resolution.
As I said you have an issue with your CTS line. Weather it’s in the breakout board or your wiring, you have an issue there.
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