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After looking at the options for graphics devices, it looked like a small, cheap black and white televiCIRCUIT CELLAR® sion would be perfect. Not only does it meet all of the above constraints, the TV is also a good example of a hard real-time system. If the sync pulses don’t arrive on time, the image jitters or breaks up. Because the microcontroller is directly driving the TV, timing errors show up as a degraded image, giving the students rapid, understandable feedback. The Atmel AVR Mega163 has just enough memory and speed to generate a black and white video signal.
First, the device must be relatively inexpensive (there are about 75 students in my course and we need 30 to 50 sets of hardware). Second, the device must be robust so that it has a chance of surviving. Third, the device must be easy to understand so that it can be taught quickly. And fourth, the device must be standardized so that it can be easily replaced. After looking at the options for graphics devices, it looked like a small, cheap black and white televiCIRCUIT CELLAR® sion would be perfect.