CheerLights Commodore 64 Client
a really cool project from ioBridge
Labs to synchronize Christmas lights (real or simulated)
around the world, using Twitter.
For fun, I've created a client for the Commodore 64
computer, written in KipperBASIC.
can download the D64 virtual disk image here.
a Commodore 64 (or 64C, or 128 in 64 mode) with a 64NIC+
Ethernet cartridge. Works great in the VICE emulator
too with RR-Net emulation
Settings->Ethernet Settings, select RR-Net.) Also requires a DHCP server on your network.
Insert/attach the disk, and type LOAD"*",8 and then RUN. The
star shows network status. Flashing = Connected to the server, X =
Link to related Lemon64 discussion thread
- Output to the user port or a VIC-REL cart for controlling real I/O and lights
- Music (i.e. SID tune for each colour)
- Better graphics (bitmap or extended color mode)
to Leif's Commodore Page