Tag Archives: digital logic

scanlime044 – FPGA Quick Answer

We’re doing some projects now with FPGAs, but first what even is that? This is a quick answer, compiled from the unscripted explanations I would give live.

scanlime044 – FPGA Quick Answer

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scanlime:013 / Wacom Teardown and Schematic

This time we’re looking at the protocol that powers Wacom’s wireless pens, and taking a deep look into the logic circuits (74xx!) that make them run.

If you missed the last video, check it out for the big picture on how graphics tablets work: https://youtu.be/nPab7pbOhBY

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