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Quake running on an old oscilloscope (video)

Posted on Tuesday, December 30 2014 @ 20:21:17 CET by


Here's something you don't see everyday: a Finnish programmer decided to dedicate his time to getting Quake running on an old oscilloscope. It looks hardly playable but it's a pretty cool feat. You can find the full details over here.
Playing E1M1 of Quake on a Huawei V-422 oscilloscope.
The rendering is done a laptop and the scope shows the generated audio signal as two dimensional vector graphics.




 



 

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