Imagine a large blank sheet of paper or a
 piece of soft clay - both have an almost infinite number of possibilities.

   This is why the Interak is such a great computer.  With its plug-in card system, memory mapped display and transparent operating system it can be easily adapted to almost any task.  In fact there were probably never two Interaks exactly the same.

This is the Interak computer
(Click the picture for full size Image

 This is one of the very few Interaks
currently in use..


   To the best of my knowledge the Interak was conceived in 1982 (approx.) by David Parkins of Greenbank Electronics, Merseyside UK.  He had some assistance but seems to have been the main driving force behind its construction since all the schematic diagrams and notes bear his name.

This website will be used to provide as much information as possible about the Interak together with projects past and present.

   A> This Site

   Documentation, Diagrams, other projects...(click)

   Using the GameBoy Camera with a Z80...(click

   Using the Micro-Drive or uDrive...(click)

   PC to ASCII keyboard...(click)

   Compact Flash Drive...(click)

   Z80 Micro Stepper...(click)


   Programmable Graphics...(YouTube)

S Some current Interak users  - Brian Pitt      Mel Saunders - Andy Collins - Alan Paton

    Contact me Alan,   (remove PCB insert @)

    The band...(Raggle Taggle)              Robotics...(click)

B> LINKS etc   Mel Saunder's Home Page Interak information as well as other interests   Another good site + some Interak documentation.  In many ways the Nascom is a close relative of Interak.  Keeping the Z80 alive and for anything involving a Z80 CPU   The website of Andy Collins - many retro computers including Interak.