Using a trio of PIC microcontrollers, this guy built a fully functional video game which uses analog paddles and has more gameplay than the usual Pong type stuff you typically see from PIC games.
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I can’t say that I’ve ever considered the idea of a non-volatile CPU, but this interesting concept has several obvious benefits.
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If your coffee table just isn’t cutting it as far as interactivity and excitement goes, you can try sprucing it up with some motion-activated LED lighting kits. Video included.
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You might think this is something out of the Segway R&D department, but it’s just a project of a creative hobbyist who combined an Arduino controller, a motor, and some knowledge to create a fun result.
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This beautifully crafted external hard drive enclosure features my hard-drive bargraph LED project in addition to a temperature display, fan controller, and custom metal-work.
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