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April 5, 2010

ATmega 328 based Video Game Project developed in Honduras

at 6:34 am. Filed under Electronic Hacks, Game Hacks


Luis sent in this neat game that he built using an ATmega 328 microcontroller.  He is from Honduran and this system was featured as the first video game system made in Honduras on several local newspapers and some local TV programs.

This is a monochrome game with monaural sound I created using an atmega328. The circuit has 3 MCUs (One for composite video, the IR receiver de-codifier, and the last one for sound) and 3 LEDs (R-G-B LEDs) that turn on depending on some events of the game.

The controller has an atmega168, an infrared light emitter diode that transmits the signal to the game, and also uses an Memsic 2125 accelerometer.”


 

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2 Responses to “ATmega 328 based Video Game Project developed in Honduras”

  1. Luis Cruz Says:

    Hello,

    I am the developer of this project.
    Thanks to Hacked Gadgets for this feature!

    Please make sure to visit my website for more information: http://www.eee.intelsath.com

    If you want to contribute with my projects, you can donate on my website! I am using the funds I get to develop new projects, and save some money to pay my studies in a college.

    Thank you!!

  2. randy Says:

    hi,

    i have build a simple pong game, also with an atmega328 (arduino) and i used a cool library. im sure you can use it as well. check this out:

    http://code.google.com/p/arduino-tvout

    more info and code here:

    http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1187659197

    btw, i would LOVE to create this on my arduino? maybe you can use the TVOut library and make such a game with it?

    Randy

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