Here we see a visualization of the top 32 bytes of RAM (which hold the bottom 32 bytes of the system stack) as the system dumps the contents of memory over serial. You can see the top 8 bits of the address counting up in the upper right quadrant.
My apologies for the shakycam; due to the instability of running this system on a breadboard, I was only able to get this to work once. I’ve verified the DMA is working, so I’m guessing I have a loose power connection to the display card.
The thing about computer programming is that it’s a complete pain in the ass when you’re trying to figure out the problem, yet when you finally solve it, when you finally have that aha moment, the feeling of accomplishment is unlike anything you’ve felt when you’ve accomplished something. You think holy shit, I can make technology work, and that feeling is totally worth the long stretch of hours or even days when computer programming feels like a pain in the ass.
Don’t get me wrong - I love Tidus for his bright personality - but a game where he was built solely on angst was quite the pleasant surprise. So to put this into context…
What if the Emperor didn’t show up in Dissidia Duodecim and the two did end up in a battle (uninterrupted by Jecht somehow lol) where he slowly regained his memories throughout the fight/every time he took a hit from Yuna.
Here is a creamy preset for Reshade 3. This preset is has DoF, and has a dreamy feel to it! It’s a little intense so it may not be suitable for gameplay, but it makes for beautiful scenery and storytelling shots.