Hi, and welcome to my page where I cover the gadgets I make and sell.

At the moment, unfortunately nothing for sale as it's either sold out, or work-in-progress that is not ready yet.  Updates and random info below.

More Jammafiers

First batch of the Jammafiers went out last month, and while there was a slight issue (later resolved) with the IO boards found in Vewlix cabinets, I think it was a success.  

I'm making another small batch and as of right now, there are 4 units not spoken for.  If you want one, you can pre-order in the store section.  They should be ready to ship in about 2 weeks.

The store section is not really completed, shipping and payment plug-ins are not working so it's all rather static for now.  The way it works is you put in your order, and once I'm ready to ship - I'll send you a PayPal invoice.

Shipping methods are FedEx and non-tracked air-mail.  

 

 

Second Iteration of the JVS-PAC 2

This is a new prototype of the next JVS-PAC.  Apart from the processor which is really fast, it has a  surprisingly readable tiny screen and two buttons. Micro-SD for firmware updates, so no need for special Windows drivers.  I'm still 'bringing it up' - but at least the screen works :)  I'll post a note when the hardware is properly verified and I have some idea on availability schedule.

New upscaler prototype

Making an upscaler is not for the easily discouraged, that's for sure.  This is rev 1.3, the 4th revision of the upscaler.

Most notably for users is that input and output is clearly labeled on the PCB, as I found myself plugging input video to the output connector and vice versa.If it's confusing to me that actually makes the thing, I'm sure it would be confusing for others too.

Most of the changes has to do with making it feasible to have it manufactured - I've changed the size of some components, improved the power delivery part and managed to re-arrange things so all components fit on the top side of the PCB, which should bring production cost down a bit.  It's still in development, but hopefully (famous last words) - the hardware part is pretty much done.