This page is an ongoing resource for readers and watchers of my Commodore Plus/4 series. This page captures content from my TEDuino project. I encourage you to contribute to this project by commenting on YouTube videos or on individual blog posts.
The TEDuino is a modern reimagining of Commodore TED (264) series Datasette using the Tapuino software, an Arduino, readily available electronic components, and my 3D printer (.stl) files.
Because the Commodore Plus/4 keyboard is so different from modern keyboards, I had to devise and modernize key nomenclature to identify keystroke combinations as shown in the table below:
Below is a link to each blog post in the series. Each blog post contains the companion YouTube video and most include links to items or sites. This page captures a collection of all links mentioned.
Insert information about .tap files.