Arduino Mkr1000 and Java Swing Shooting Game

Arduino Mkr1000 + Uno + Leonardo + Java = Christmas shooting game. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO × 1 Arduino Leonardo × 1 Arduino MKR1000 × 1 3.7V battery × 1 HC-06 Bluetooth Module × 2 Arcade Button × 1 joystick × 1 Story I made so cool Christmas shooting game! The player is Santa and Monster is Rudolph! Also background music of the game is goes well with Chr ...

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Reaction Time Game

This  reaction time game tests the time taken by two players to react, and declare the fastest one as a winner. To do this I am using external interrupts and pin change interrupts in atmega328p. It gives four chance to each play, time of each chance is summed up and then the player with minimum time is declared as the winner. For the demo purpose, I’ll be using pseudo random function in it, just to keep tra ...

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“The Note is Right” Pitch Tuning Game

The objective of this project is to provide a multiplayer “pitch tuning” game in which the computer can determine the frequency of players’ input notes. [gallery columns="2" size="medium" ids="31217,31218"] The system guides two users through various states in which they are each given the chance to match a tone randomly selected by the computer. Players select their tone by using a dial which controls the ...

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ReFlex Reaction Game

We decided to construct a game for our final project for Microcomputer Architecture. The game, which we named Reflex [gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="31137,31138"] is a simple player versus player reaction game in which the winner is rewarded with a drink of their choice, poured into a cup by a servo.  Flex sensors measure the reaction time of the players, to flex their fingers and make a fist.   ...

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Smart Aquarium

The goal of our project is to display the status of a previously implemented smart aquarium. The previously implemented system includes an external power supply, Arduino Uno, Ethernet Shield, ULN2803 driver, 4 120V AC relays, and 4 controlled 120V AC receptacles, and a servo motor feeding system. [gallery columns="2" size="medium" ids="31095,31094"] The four controlled receptacles supply power to three diff ...

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Smiling Snowball

A web-controlled smiling snowball based on the Arduino MKR1000 controlled via WiFi using MQTT, Shitr.io and Node-red. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 LED matrix 8 x 8 (MAX7219) × 6 Jumper wires (generic) × 1 cardboard 40 cm x 40 cm (15.7 inch x 15.7 inch) × 1 blank paper × 1 Software apps and online services Node-RED Shiftr.io Arduino Web Editor Hand tools and fabrication ...

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Space Race Game using Arduino and Nokia 5110 Graphical Display

Programming has always been fun and it just got a lot better with development platforms like Arduino. Almost every programmer out here would have tried to develop some kind of game using the language that they learning/practising. This helps them to tune their programming skills in a fun yet productive way. I have been a big fan of Arduino ever since I got introduced to it and always wanted to try something ...

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Arduino based Angry Bird Game Controller using Flex Sensor and Potentiometer

It’s all started with a small game from the dark ages called “Mario”, right from the time of being a tiny little guy jumping on ducks to save my princess till being a masculine handsome Prince roaming in Persia (Prince of Persia) fighting against darkness to save my world behind I have been a great fan of playing video games and I grew up playing them. But they do get bored up sometimes and I feel less invo ...

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Chinese Rings Puzzle With Arduino

Introduction Hello all, The Chinese Rings Puzzle with Arduino is my version of a centennial Chinese puzzle. It is very simple to play and it is an example of a combinatorial puzzle, and lots of patience and concentration is required to solve it. The objective is to untangle the long loop from all nine rings, and the solution takes 341 moves (minimum possible). Once you learn the method to solve the puzzle, ...

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Arduino101 / tinyTILE BLE: Match-Making Sunglasses

Story Instead of using an app, what if you could send a signal to eye-contact someone you are interested in talking to, in a social setting, even from afar? I'm not proposing a different way to start a date. I'm exploring a new usage of Bluetooth in the field of human interactions. When I found out that Intel Curie modules can be assigned to act as central and peripheral BLE devices, I immediately wanted to ...

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Cycflix: Exercise Powered Entertainment

Now that the cheesy title has pulled you (Fitflix was taken and I didn't want to be sued) I'll tell you about the project, it uses a stationary exercise bike connected to an Arduino Nano to control the streaming of Netflix on a PC, I started this project hoping I could get it working on just a Raspberry Pi but ran into a few problems I couldn't overcome which I'll discuss at the end. But the main gist of th ...

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3D-Printed Prank Vibrating Cup

Picture the following: you have an nice white cup in front of you. It's filled to the brim with sparkling, cool, and refreshing H20. Your fingers curl around the nicely curved handle, and you bring the cup to your lips. Suddenly, a strong vibration assaults the nerves in your hand, causing you to drop the cup and spill water all over every surrounding surface, including yourself. This might not sound too fu ...

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