Weekend hack: Creating a retrofuture internet terminal by replacing the Motorola MDT-9100's i386SX with a BeagleBone Black and Teensy: https://trmm.net/MDT9100
@qrs Man this project of yours looks great! Makes me want to tinker more with niche hardware :)
@qrs this aesthetic is what I live for.
Wow, that is beautiful!
@qrs that is cool! More work than I want to go through really but still cool. What can you tell me about the radios?
@qrs What a cool machine!
@qrs Beautiful build!
I can hear those clicks.
@qrs I want to bring this with me to a coffee shop and start typing furiously right next to that guy with the MacBook.
@qrs looks awesome. What do the buttons next to the screen do?
@qrs Well, this made me buy one. Probably will keep it as a 386, though.
@qrs that is the best thing ever!
@qrs love it
@qrs that's awesome
@qrs Do you happen to have a photo that shows the CRT designation sticker? Guessing it's something close to 6ABP3 or 150CB4.
@ieure Can you make out the CRT designation from this photo? It looks like it says "TYPE S1???PS28N1".
I think it's S1402P328N1. But that's a somewhat nonstandard designation, so I don't have anything to cross reference in my CRT dataset.
Hoping to find a replacement, since it seems like many of them are burnt quite a bit, and supplies of these types of CRTs are more prevalent than some.
@qrs This is so cool!
@qrs I want this in my life.
@qrs Oh Man, I'm so glad to see this post again.
That is such a beautiful piece of hardware. Did you get it working with the beaglebone?
@qrs That is an absolute beauty :)
@qrs i've seen this!!
@qrs That's sick.
@qrs wow that's cute
@qrs - Wow nice job!
@qrs hey, wait, WHAT? So cool! 🤩
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