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Digital reversi board project

Posted on Thursday, February 14th, 2013 in LEDs by DP

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Digital reversi board by Hanting Lu and Kai Wang from Cornell University, built as a final project:

For our final project in ECE 4760, we designed and implemented a Reversi board consisting of hardware, a microcontroller, and a touch screen. Sixty-four bicolor (red and green) LEDs were implemented as the black and white pieces of the game. Players could simply light up a LED (place a piece) by touching the touch screen in the position right above the corresponding LED. Other LEDs would be flipped automatically according to the rules of Reversi, which is programmed into the microcontroller.

Via Hacked Gadgets.

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  1. Lloyd Atkinson says:

    Shame there is not a video of it in use. Or any pictures of the touch screen.

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