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Turning the oscilloscope into a video monitor
posted March 30 2011 19:53.43 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This is one kind of a hack that i had in mind to do as a future project. I'm happy to see that somebody else did it before me, because now i can relax and do something else :D. This hack comes from Tube Time. What this guy managed to do is he managed to utilize the horizontal and vertical sync signal of a composite video and drive them to the oscilloscope, thus turning it into a video monitor! The result is excellent! 10/10 for the brilliant execution of this hack!

[Link: tubetime]
Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   oscilloscope   tools   monitor   mods   

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