Here is a DIY Electronic Tic-Tac-Toe game that uses a few microcontrollers and some RGB LEDs.
“RGB LED game to play Tic-Tac-Toe for two players. Uses 2 AVR Microcontrollers: Mega16 and Mega8. RGB LEDs allow each user to choose his/her color to represent Cross/Nut.”
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I was thinking of doing something like this for a Go Board. But a 19×19 grid of RGB leds would get kinda spendy…
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hey guys i wanted to know how to program an icPIC F280 using pIcxae. cheers
I have not used a picaxe but I would think that the programmer would be proprietary and may not work with this microcontroller.
i want to build this but can’t because there are no instructions, only showing off what has been made. 🙁
I can help you in making this…
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I also would like to make this, however there are no instructions =/
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