Thanks for the replies. I did read the whole thread, but...jwdonal wrote:Hi! Kevin's system has no bearing on my plans. You might want to read back on the thread a bit. When I'm ready I'll be starting a crowdfunding campaign to get the entire SNES open sourced along with other goodies as well. My consultant business is swamped with other IP dev work right now so that's taking priority, but don't worry, it'll happen!XtraSmiley wrote:Is there any update to this project? I'm curious what you're planning to do now that Kevin's system is coming out.
Yeah, I'm definitely interested. I think that would be a neat project.XtraSmiley wrote:Any chance you can help with the SD2SNES project and get more special chips programed for them?
You were looking to get paid for all your work on this (and I am NOT saying you shouldn't be), but now that Kevin is releasing his via a system that basically cost about $200 delivered, I'm not sure I see a way for you to make your time in "money" back on this. So, that being said, what is your plan? Are you going to release for free? Help out Buyuu with his SNES emulator? etc?
I'm not sure you'll be able to raise the kind of money you would have been able to 6 months ago, I know it sucks, but I just think that's where we are today. What are your real thoughts on that?
Thanks for offering to look into the SD2SNES. I doubt you could make a lot of money on something like that, but if that is what drives you, set up a Patreon, with the goal to make that happen. I bet that would generate some buzz.