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Light-Up Poker Chip

Spice up your poker games with these cool blinking chips. They can be programmed on the fly to have a certain number of the LEDs illuminated to indicate value, or you can have the lights blink in a cool pattern. They make great playing chips for championships or great prizes to hand out to the winners. Let's get started! In order to get this circuit as small as it is you'll need to order the printed circuit ...

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Color Video Game on AVR

Introduction Our project is to make a color video game that runs primarily on the ATmega 1284P. To do this, we adhered to the NTSC standard for color video. The sync signals used for NTSC are generated on the ATmega 1284P itself, and all game logic is implemented on the microcontroller as well. To actually encode the color signal, we used an AD724 chip. This is necessary because the color video signal is cr ...

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Electronic cricket

his electronic cricket is a fun project. A real crickets chirp at night and faster in warmer temperatures. A cricket chirp is composed of a group of three sinus waves of a single frequence of about 5kHz. occurring in rapid succession. Introduction This electronic cricket is a fun project. A real crickets chirp at night and faster in warmer temperatures. A cricket chirp is composed of a group of three sinus ...

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Digital Book Cricket with ATtiny 85

The project described here is a digital implementation of “book cricket game” which students normally use to play in their childhood time. The heart of the project is 8 bit MCU from AVR family called ATtiny85. ATtiny85 are small and cheap microcontrollers which are convenient for running simple programs with low footprint. The software used for programming the MCU is Ardunio which is a popular open source I ...

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Fastest Finger First Circuit using ATMega16

Fastest Finger first circuit is basically used in quiz type games where the reaction speed of a participant is significant. The circuit enables us to identify who responded first to the question by triggering a visual and audio indication. Components Required 1 x ATMega16 development board 1 x Seven Segment display 8 x 330 ohms Resistor 9 x Momentary Switches (8 Teams + 1 Reset switch) 1 x Buzzer  1 x BC547 ...

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Rock-Paper-Scissors-Spock-Lizard Game Using Atmega1284

Introduction This project implements rock-paper-scissors game that displays on the TV screen using camera to capture human gesture and doing image processing. Rock-paper-scissors-spock-lizard game is very popular among teenagers. Our idea comes from a very popular American comedy: Big Bang! In this TV show we always see Sheldon playing this game with his friends. The purpose of this project is to let human ...

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Automobile parking simulator Using Atmega1284

1. Introduction The game consists of two levels. In each level, a LCD TV screen displays the 2-D top view of the a parking lot, and the player needs to park the car into the proper parking spot by operating on a fake steering wheel, gas/brake pedals and gear stick. On the hardware side, for user control interface, we have built the fake steering wheel, gas/brake pedals, gear stick with basic wood board, hin ...

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