Game consoles are usually smashing hits but the recently announced WIN Max Handheld Game Console from Shenzhen based GamePad Digital (GPD) took things to a new level on Indiegogo as it raised almost 1.4 million dollars in just 24 hours of the campaign launch. The new game console features the Intel i5-1035G7 Ice Lake processor which comes with a 10nm process, 15W TDP, […]
For this project, I created an Arduino-powered chisel which can communicate with a game I made in Unity, Soft Squares. You can paint over a 5 x 5 x 5 cube and chip away cubes you don’t need, to create a miniature sculpture of whatever you’d like! You can even add colour to your creations.
A birdhouse controller for a bird based game, why? I saw this birdhouse in the store and felt instantly inspired! Going from something big and grand with a shortage of time for the school’s deadline to something small and cute. It inspired an entire game around it! It was an interesting project, I learned how
VivoGame (something like “liveGame” in english) is a funny 2 players game whose goal is hit a target with a automated dart. One player wear a “glasses” that doesn’t let him see the target. 3 leds that replace each lens, allow the other one, who see the target, moving the first player’s head with a
I recently started using Arduino to make my projects. As a designer I love making custom interfaces for my games/interactive projects. The one problem I came across in that using serial communication is quite complicated and prone to problems and bugs and I wanted a quick and easy solution to allow me to use external
This project is for the class ATLS 3300 at CU Boulder. Push buttons can make buzzers sound. Five buttons represented the tone C, D, E, F, G. There are two modes. The switch determines the mode and LEDs can indicate which mode we are in. In mode-1, the game handle can determine which buzzer sound.
This project is the perfect way to level-up your pumpkin carving and reach new high scores. Using an addressable LED strip and an Arduino, you’ll be able to make a basic screen capable of playing Pacman, and a controller made of a smaller pumpkin. This was a long process so give yourself plenty of time
Two teams answer questions by pushing their button. They can score an amount of points equal to the random number of lights lit on their button. This requires some strategic choices and luck. When the teamscores meet on the large led strip, they can take away points from the other team. First one to the
Background This is a project that was started 2 years ago which I recently decided to pick up again and finish. The purpose of the product is to test a person’s ability to memorize patterns. It does this on a 2×2 button layout where the user must replicate the LED pattern that is shown. With each successful entry, another element to the
The technology behind Enigma machines and the work done to crack them has influenced cryptography, cryptanalysis, and computer science in general. If you’re unfamiliar with Enigma machines, it’s a device that was developed near the end of World War I, then used extensively by the Nazi regime in World War II, to encrypt messages. The