A single-instruction, 1-bit educational transistor-CPU. Using resistor-transistor logic (RTL), a small modular CPU is implemented, supporting only a single 1-bit instruction. A macro-assembly language is used on top of this native instruction to provide an environment for programming. RAM and ROM are emulated on a PC through a serial link, offering loading/debugging/stepping through code.
The CPU will be running, with a dedicated monitor showing the program at source-level as it’s being executed (as well as a slide-show of some sort). The user can load, run, pause, and single-step through programs on source-level. One of the programs will be a small action-game, where 1 or 2 users can interact using button-controllers and the CPU’s native 16×16 LED-display as „screen“.