I chose the name biosrhythm since it describes two of my passions (there are others). I enjoy computers (the very new and the not so new), programming, tinkering with electronics (Arduino!) as well as good music. So there, biosrhythm.

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    December 9, 2015 at 4:45pm


    I love your blog and his content is very interresting .

    I would like to convert Commodore 64 to USB keyboard (with Arduino). I read your article (http://biosrhythm.com/?p=910) and would like some clarifications :

    1. Your system Need 2 USB , one for power supply the Arduino board and one other for the C64 keyboard ?
    2. Have you need a C64 external power supply or not ? (because I be one C64 without his power supply and on your article, I don’t see if you need it)

    Thank you again and long life to biosrhythm.com

    Remi (Sorry for my bad english, Iā€™m french ) šŸ™‚

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      December 9, 2015 at 7:36pm

      1. I didn’t use an external power supply for that project. It used the power from the USB cable to power the Arduino. Technically, the C64 keyboard isn’t a powered device. It’s connected to the Arduino.
      2. You won’t need the C64 power supply to turn it into a USB keyboard.

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