From Trammell Hudson's Projects
I've converted a Vectrex to an Vector display and am driving it with a Teensy 3 plus an SPI DAC. Using a modified version of MAME, I'm able to write the vectors to the Teensy over USB, which generates 12-bit lines using Bresenham's line algorithm and DMA to transfer the points to the DAC. This provides a nearly glitch free way to display the games and artwork. Read on for more details...
Vector displays with MAME
For the 2013 Interactive Show several of us at NYC Resistor collaborated on a multi-player game that repurposed a teletype, a video editing console, a toy piano, a patch panel and a rotary telephone into Star Trek meets the TARDIS game of shouting at each other. Read on for more details...
For our booth at the 6th NYC Makerfaire, NYC Resistor built a game called "Semaphore Hero". It's a Guitar Hero played with semaphore flags and was put together over two weekends before the event. Read on for more details...