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Description A2600 /BiFi is a small project run by 9 people who love their old Atari 2600 and think a cheap open source version of it would kick ass. Thats is why we want to meet at the 32C3 and continue our project of building an Atari 2600 clone based on a lightly modified uzebox.

This year we co-host an homematic homebrew developer event. Both projects are related to hardware and firmware hacking and, therefore, should generate some synergies.

Our camp project needs to be continued https://events.ccc.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/strom.jpg

We are glad to announce, that will can provide free BiFi like we did at the Camp.

Members Apex1302, Jisi, Oni, Xif
Projects Free BiFi
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Tags hardware, electronics, bifi
Registered on 9 November 2015 15:34:23
Location for self-organized sessions no
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Location
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Orga contact ccc@kingery.de
Brings some old TVs to connect our prototypes
Character of assembly just a gathering space
Seats needed 9
Extra seats 0
Assembly specification want quiet place, want sit in background, special requirements network, special requirements power
Planning notes we need Power and Network. Nothing fancy just the ususal 230V and an uplink.
past congress review last years place in the quiet area was awesome. We could realy get things done without getting disturbed. Also the round table was perfect for us.

If we could get the same place again that would be great.

A2600 is a small project run by 9 people who love their old Atari 2600 and think a cheap open source version of it would kick ass. Thats is why we want to meet at the 32C3 and continue our project of building an Atari 2600 clone based on a lightly modified uzebox. This year we co-host an homematic homebrew developer event. Both projects are related to hardware and firmware hacking and, therefore, should generate some synergies. Our camp project needs to be continued https://events.ccc.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/strom.jpg

We are glad to announce, that will can provide free BiFi like we did at the Camp.