In order to entertain members of the public who passed by his store front, Arduino enthusiast Kris Temmerman created a fun arcade-style game that almost anyone could play. Based around a pair of Arduino Due boards, one of which is used for the user-interface - and the other for the display - a passable retro-style gaming system was born. The display is also incredibly clever - using sixteen strips of ninety RGB LEDs to form enough detail for the game. For a quick demonstration, check out the following video:
This is a great example of what can be done with the more powerful Due-format development boards - and complete details can be found on Kris' website. And for more, we're on facebook, Google+, and twitter - so follow us for news and product updates as well.
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