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    Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Port modifies code to render graphics on an aging oscilloscope.
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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Are you kidding me!? These guys will have Crysis 3 running on a calculator in 10yrs time haha.

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Call me a perfectionist but I prefer the original version. However it is quiet an accomplishment, so bravo Pekka !

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Wow that is really very impressive.

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Impressive!
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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Ultimately completely useless but impressive none-the-less
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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    Ultimately completely useless but impressive none-the-less
    That.

    As a self-imposed challenge, it's very impressive. In the wider world, just .... why?

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Why not!!

    Anybody spotted games on kit that shouldn't be there? I work on laboratory analysis kit, Agilent famously had Tetris built in to the handheld controller on the 1100 GCs.

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Very Matrix-esque!

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    While it may not be particularly useful of itself. By working under such extreme constraints, it forces you to consider new solutions which can then be applied in a more practical situation.

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen View Post
    That.

    As a self-imposed challenge, it's very impressive. In the wider world, just .... why?
    Same reason I installed linux and then doom on an iPod 4g (thats the white monochrome wheel iPod for younger readers ). Utterly pointless but also utterly awesome!

    I love this, its absolute genius.

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Was the 1st proper PC game (not DOS) that I bought, on a band new P1 200Mhz with 8bm SDramm. Saved up my pocket money for months to buy a Voodoo 1 4mb to play GL Quake.

    Time to dig out the old beastie I think

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Is there anything left that quake hasn't been modded onto?

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    To be pedantic: Quake is running on a PC. It's being displayed on a 'scope, but the 'scope is just doing what a 'scope does and plotting two XY input signals.
    You could take the same XY signals and feed them to some galvanometers to make a laser-projected Quake. Or you could take a VGA output, connect the sync line to a basic waveform generator, and connect to a 'scope (turning the scope into a low-res monochrome monitor).
    But it'll still be Quake running on a PC.
    If you want something actually running on the oscilloscope itself, have Doom.

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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Absolute genius!
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    Re: Modder demakes Quake to be playable on oscilloscope display

    Quote Originally Posted by Joshyy View Post
    Is there anything left that quake hasn't been modded onto?
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