Tuesday, 12 June 2018

June 2018 Meeting Report

Invitation to The Melbourne Computer Club Open Day
You are invited to come along to our Moorabbin Office on Sunday the 17th of June to see some of the great Projects that our members have been working on and talk to fellow Members about your own interests and help to influence the future direction of our club.
The full details of the "Open Day" are as follows:-
Event Details
13:00-17:00 Sunday 17th June 2018
Our Members will be displaying how to:
Automate Curtains & Blinds
Analyse Solar Usage
Build a sun tracking Mirror

Automate a Gate Opener

Construct a Robotics Kit

Build a 3D Printer

Build a CNC Router
To Register for the Open Day please enrol on the
Melbourne Computer Club Web Site

Our mailing address is:

Saturday, 19 May 2018

May 2018 Meeting Report

Here's a nice little surprise for Atari Jaguar users from Jeff Minter and AtariAge on YouTube
Jeff Minter Classics
We did a similar post in December 2017 but didn't know about the surprise!

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

April 2018 Meeting Report

Some really good serial communication port stuff.  Atari 800 anyone?

- Thanx Matt; Matt's amazing show & tell featured a device that provides WiFi from a standard 25-pin serial port.  Could that be used on an Atari 400/800? (Possibly, read on;

Some really good serial communication port stuff.  Atari 850 anyone???  Provides a 9-pin female (Educated guess making it female would stop users from attemping to plug their digital joysticks, keypads, indy-contollers & analog paddles into a serial port) connector)

Minecraft on the Atari 2600?  No just the opposite

Saturday, 17 March 2018

March 2018 Meeting Report

This Month a real focus on Atari user groups...

     Discovered SPACE (the final frontier, that came right before the electronic frontier (the final final frontier(?)).  A group in the Northern Hemisphere lasted updated on the 11th of this Month (This post: Sunday the 18th of March 2018)

      And postings closer to home from Queensland, Adelaide & Tasmania (No Adelaide & Tasmania, you don't get a seperate link it's all to the same Forum) from less than twelve months ago (even some postings from our good friends Atari030 and Ragstaff if you care to take a look)

But could the future lie in RetroPie?