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Revelation,
a dedicated chess computer system by Phoenix Chess Systems, developed by its founder and CEO Ruud Martin. While a prototype was introduced in 2006 [1], the Revelation was first shipped in June 2008 [2] and superseded by its successor Revelation II in 2013. The system features a sensory board, an XScale PXA255 32-bit processor at 500 MHz with 32 MiB of RAM, and firmware and chess engines in non-volatile flash memory. A six button and OLED panel realize a menu-driven graphical user interface to configure and choose engines, and to control and indicate system modes and states. A wireless Bluetooth connection allows native engine or firmware updates, and due to the UCI server, also allows using the Revelation as dedicated user interface for UCI engines running on a PC. In 2009, the Revelation also appeared as module set for Mephisto boards [3].
Revelation #1 [4] [5]

Display

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Revelation's OLED display screen [6]

Chess Engines

Native Engines

[7]

Richard Lang Emulation

Misc Emulations


See also


Forum Posts


External Links

Chess System

Misc


References

  1. ^ Revelation – Schachcomputer.info Wiki (German)
  2. ^ Revelation #001 delivered today to .. and breaking news by Ruud Martin, Hiarcs Forum, June 11, 2008
  3. ^ Revelation Module Set from Schachcomputer.info Wiki (German)
  4. ^ Revelation (frame cropped) from 13.Phoenix-Revelation Resurrection-II on Flickr by Chewbanta
  5. ^ Revelation #001 delivered today to .. and breaking news by Ruud Martin, Hiarcs Forum, June 11, 2008
  6. ^ Revelation display screen (frame cropped) from 13.Phoenix-Revelation Resurrection-II on Flickr by Chewbanta
  7. ^ Revelation from Schachcomputer.info Wiki (German)
  8. ^ Hiarcs 13 Now Available from Phoenix Chess Systems, April 11, 2011
  9. ^ Richard Lang Emulation from Phoenix Chess Systems, January 12, 2010

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