John Hertell - A3000
John Hertell has made a video about his new A3000 motherboard. This A3000 motherboard is the starting point for the ReAmiga 3000.
RetroManCave - Checkmate 1500 Plus
In this episode of the RetroManCave: The Checkmate 1500 Plus.
CityXen - C64 Relay Tracker
CityXen has built a system to control a number of relays with a Commodore C64. There is also a "Tracker" program available for the control.
Kipper2K C64MX keyboard
Kipper2K has been working on a replacement keyboard for the Commodore C64. You can now look at the proto type. The finished keyboard will have all the correct symbols.
PlexiLaser
PlexiLaser has expanded its range of retro computer cases. Now also available: A500, A600 (desktop), A1200, ACA500 and the Vampire.
SuperCard Pro
Jim Drew released a new version of the SuperCard Pro software. It now has the ability to salvage 1541 disks and create .d64 image files. You can use the auto-update function of your existing SuperCard pro software to update.
Daniel Renner - C64 modifications
Daniel Renner has made a video about the modifications he made to his Commodore C64: Internal SD2IEC, Keyman64, Overlay64, Mixsid, SuperKernal36 and the Modulator Mod.
Jan Derogee - Rotary Dial Webbrowser
This time not a Commodore related project but Jan Derogee has developed a way to dial a website with an old phone.
Amiga 1200+
Jeroen Vandezande developed a re-implementation of the Amiga 1200 motherboard with enhancements. Features: Sockets for the original AA chips, daughter boards for RAM, CPU and Video output, boot selector, SD card slot and a single power supply (15V - 36V).
Bwack - Magic Desk
Bwack has made another new video. In this video he talks about the Magic Desk Cartridge.
Mega65
Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Internal floppy drive, IEC, cartridge port, keyboard, SD card and the MEGA65 R2 motherboard.
Bruno Antunes - Amiga BBS
Bruno Antunes wrote a blog about connecting a Amiga (MiST) to the internet. He used an ESP8266 module for the WiFi connection and installed the Zeus BBS system on the Amiga (MiST).
Bart Venneker - C64 chat (4)
Bart Venneker is building a system that you can use to chat like in the year 1985. The recent changes are: The circuit board for the cartridge is ready, but Bart is going to make some minor changes.
CityXen - C64 Fireworks
CityXen has built a system to set off fireworks with a Commodore C64.
Chuck Hutchins - PET 2001 Datassette
Chuck Hutchins has made a video about the datassette in a Commodore PET 2001. He shows that the datassette is a normal audio recorder that Commodore adapted for the PET 2001.
SaRuMan - C64
SaRuMan is a RAM replacement board for the Commodore C64/C64c. It can be used on the C64/C64c motherboards 250466 and 250469.
Magic Desk - 512k
Marko Šolajić developed a Magic Desk compatible cartridge for up to 512kb (expandable up to 1Mb) for your Commodore C64. He also developed a Magic Desk cartridge generator.
Commodore PET Mini
You can now build your own Commodore PET Mini. You can use a 3D printer to print the PET and install a Raspberry Pi and a small screen inside. The creator of this mini PET is Lorenzo Herrera.
THEC64 Full size
THEC64 Full size will be available in December 2019. Features:C64, VIC 20 & Games Carousel, a joystick with micro switches and games such as: California Games, Paradroid, Boulder Dash, Attack of the Mutant Camels, Hover Bovver, Iridis Alpha, Gridrunner, Galencia and Planet of Death.
Ovesen.net - Amiga 500 memory expansion
Ovesen.net made a new video about building a memory expansion for the Amiga 500 from a kit.
Chuck Hutchins - Commodore Plus/4 Datassette adapter
Chuck Hutchins has made a video about building an adapter to connect a 1531 to a PET or a C2N to a Plus/4.
New C64 peripherals
3D-vice wrote a blog about new peripherals for the Commodore C64. He writes about: The digital tape deck/recorder for Commodore 64 / 128 / VIC 20, The Commodore 64 power monitor II for C64 / VIC20 / C128 / Plus4, The µCassette Commodore 64 datasette adapter and the Wifi modem for Commodore 64 computers.
Ultimate64 - Firmware 1.20
Gideon released new firmware for the Ultimate64. Changes in this version: Audio / video streaming via Ethernet, improvements for the printer, VIC, CPU, SID player, network and telnet.
1541 Diskettes & errors
Michael Steil wrote an article with tips for dumping a 1451 diskette that contains errors. He also writes about cleaning the diskettes and the read/write head of the disk drive.
Mega65
Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: The MEGAphone prototype and the Mega65 keyboards PCBs.
Daniel Renner - ARM2SID
Daniel Renner has made a video about the installation and use of the ARM2SID.
Ovesen.net - Final Catridge III
Ovesen.net made a new video about building a Final Cartridge III from a kit.
ADF-Copy/Drive v1.010
ADF-Copy is a small device with a Teensy 3.2. This device connects to USB and a 3,5" PC floppy drive. This device makes it possible to read and write ADF's from or to a real Amiga diskette.
RetroSpector78 - Commodore PC-20 II
RetroSpector78 has made a video of a Commodore PC-20 II. He shows the inside of the PC and talks about all the parts.
Adrian Black - C16 PAL / NTSC
A new video from Adrian Black. He modified a Commodore C16 that can display PAL or NTSC video.
Amiga 2000 Flickerfixer / Scandoubler
Simon Albert built a flickerfixer / scandoubler for the Amiga 2000. The flickerfixer uses a Xilinx CPLD and two 256k x 16 SRAMs and is placed in the Amiga 2000 video slot.
Adrian Black - 1541 modification
A new video from Adrian Black. This time he installs an alternative power supply in a Commodore 1541 disk drive that produces less heat.
Bart Venneker - C64 chat (3)
Bart Venneker is building a system that you can use to chat like in the year 1985. The recent changes are: The communication now works via the IEC bus.
Retrohax - C128
Retrohax has written a blog about repairing and modding a Commodore C128. The changes are: JiffyDOS, SD2IEC, C=KEY, SIDFX and a C128 Video Mux.
BackBit - C64
BackBit is a new cartridge developed by Evie Salomon. The cartridge can use a SD memory card for storing D64, T64, CRT or PRG files. Via a menu you can choose which file you want to load into your Commodore 64.
Daniel Renner - FPGASID Adapters
Daniel Renner has made a video about the installation and use of FPGA adapters.
Chuck Hutchins - petSD+
Chuck Hutchins has made a video about assembling and testing a petSD+ version 2.4. This is a SD card reader for the Commodore PET.
Mega65
Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Free and Open-Source replacement ROMs for the Commodore C64.
Adrian Black - C64 Kernal Switcher (Arduino)
A new video from Adrian Black. This time he installs a Kernal switcher in a Commodore C64. The features are: 4 different KERNAL images, selection with the RESTORE key and a reset function.
Mini Commodore monitor
Chris Mills has built an mini version of a Commodore 1702 monitor for his C64 Mini. He also use the monitor together with a Raspberry-Pi and Combian with the VICE emulator.
ADF-Copy/Drive v1.001
ADF-Copy is a small device with a Teensy 3.2. This device connects to USB and a 3,5" PC floppy drive. This device makes it possible to read and write ADF's from or to a real Amiga diskette. The new features are: Compare, Format / AutoFormat, Diskinfo and Settings.
Bart Venneker - C64 chatting like it is 1985 (Dutch)
Bart Venneker has made a video about building a system to chat like it is the year 1985. The system uses a WiFi connection and a server to receive and send messages with your Commodore C64.
GadgetUK164 - CD32 TF330
GadgetUK164 has made a video about an Amiga CD32 with a Terrible Fire TF330C. The TF330 has a 68030 CPU, 64 MB RAM and an IDE controller.
6502 Watch
NotArtyom has built a watch that is powered by a 6502 microprocessor. The features are: 65c02 CPU @ 8MHz, 65c22 VIA (LCD, keyboard and buttons), Nokia 5110 LCD, 32 KB SRAM, 16 KB ROM and a Commodore keyboard connector.
IEEE488 cartridge
Asklia & knusis developed an IEEE488 cartridge for the Commodore C64. The features are: IEEE 488 bus routines for Commodore and other IEEE devices. Function keys, speed loader (Speeddos) and Centroncis.
C64 Weather station
Matteo Angelini has built a system for the Commodore C64 with a DS1307 / DS3231 and a BME280 module. This system gives you a Real Time Clock, a temperature, humidity and an atmospheric pressure measurement. The program uses this measurements to display a weather station.
MiSTer
MiSTer is a port of well-known MiST project, but with a larger FPGA and a faster ARM. Examples of "cores" are: Commodore PET, VIC20, C16, Plus/4, C64 and the Amiga. The recent changes are: C16: SID support, C64: Improvements for cartridges, CIA, SID, user-port and support for TAP files.
VIC-2020 MINIMON
Mike is developing a new cartridge for the Commodore VIC20. MINIMON is only 2 KB - $9800..$9FFF and the features are: Memory dump / edit, Register dump / edit, Execute code, Direct Assembler / Disassembler, Transfer, Compare, Fill, Hunt, breakpoints, Load, Save and Verify.
Warp1260
The Polish company CS-LAB is developing the Warp1260 turbo card for the Amiga. You can now watch a demonstration video on YouTube.
Tynemouth Software - SD2PET
Tynemouth Software has written a blog about the development of a SD card disk drive for the Commodore PET series of computers. The SD2PET is now available for pre-order.