1. Stéphane Lenclud

    Command & Information Center

    Description Initially designed to manage internal VFD display hardware on your HTPC, Command & Information Centre (CIC) is now much more than that. In fact it provides a host of HTPC related features from HDMI CEC to Logitech Harmony Hub together with desktop related features such as monitor...
  2. Stéphane Lenclud

    Command & Information Center 2.4.9

    Command & Information Center, also known as CIC, provides Windows systems with a host of HTPC and desktop related features such as VFD panels, HDMI CEC, Logitech Harmony Hub, monitor control over DDC, voice control, Elgato Stream Deck, Teensy 3.2 virtual keyboard, Fritz!Box Smart Home switch...
  3. Stéphane Lenclud

    Teensy 3.2 & Noritake VFD

    Purpose & Scope We will describe what it takes to switch from an Arduino Micro to a Teensy 3.2 to drive a Nortitake VFD module Port manipulation To efficiently send pixel bytes to our display we used the port C of our Arduino Micro. However port manipulation on Teensy 3.2 is quite different...
  4. Stéphane Lenclud

    Arduino Micro & Noritake VFD

    Purpose & Scope Provide information about Arduino Micro as we attempt to use such a board to interface with a Noritake GU256x64D-3900 VFD module from a Windows PC over a USB HID connection. Software engineering skills and basic electronics knowledge are assumed. Motives After attempting to...
  5. Stéphane Lenclud

    Parallel Port

    Purpose & Scope Here we share our experience and document our research about parallel port. Motivation Parallel ports have all but disappeared from main stream computing hardware so why bother? As it turns out I have a rather obsessional interest for VFD modules and their retro electronics...