If you're often choosing random numbers to make decisions, play board games or just enjoy games of chance then it can be inconvenient to store or carry various type of die, cards, coins and so on. As an experiment in random numbers, Walter Anderson has replaced all those and more with his Arduino-based unit.
Walter's device can emulate coin tosses, various die, cards from a playing deck, generate random passwords and much more. The entire unit fits neatly in a small enclosure and uses two compact LED matrices for display output. In the following video Walter runs through all the modes available:
A neat device that can add fun to games night and more. You can check out the code and schematic from the project page. And for more, we're on facebook, twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.
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