Nice! But how come there's no Saturn?
K, that last week has been building betabrite support within HyperSpin. I programmed in the ability to use custom logos for the betabrite , this example shows that, but it has the ability to run stuff in text also, like game name, manufacturer, year etc... different colors, animation styles, special characters, etc... I got frustrated with this example because the BetaBrite classic is only a few colors, so today I went ahead an ordered a BetaBrite Prism , thats the 64 color version, the classic only has like red , yellow, green, orange, etc.. So I'll put out a new video next week showing full color custom art that I will make. Drawing logo's for this really is an art in its own due to the low amount of space and dots to work with. Once Im done with the prism then that will pretty much cover 3 or so of the protocols for the led signs, so I guess it could work with other brands of signs also.
Also I will be adding dual sign support since I'll have two signs. I wanna have one full color sign showing the system logos for the current system
and the lower sign below to show the specific game info.
Last I will make a small program called HyperBrite, which will help you manage the signs memory , logos, and set up the animations and text display order etc..
What a great feature . Very clean looking and I want a betabrite now dam you BBB.
Yup, now I'm definitely going to have to get a betabrite. Can't wait to see the prism.
That is friggin awesome.
Holy Crap BBB!!! I read your message and thought everything sounded pretty cool; but I had no idea you managed to make it look THAT awesome!!!
..... Damn You!.... Just when I thought I had the Betabrite sign all finished; you are now going to make me have to go out and buy a Prism too!
This is beyond anything for Betabrite support out there at the moment, for ANY software or use
Ya theres actually alot of stuff you can do with the sign from going through the protocol manuals, more than Im willing to do I think or even necessary, I'll just try to add the stuff that seems cool to put in.