Dynamic lights with CMOS integrated

Posted on Wednesday, May 10th, 2017 in DIY by DP


Nicu Florica @ Arduinotehniq writes:

Schematic was inspired by article from Tehnium anual magazine 1990, but my schematic have extra ligts “games”
A few time ago (3-4 years) I need a simple schematic for automatic dynamic games without microcontrollers, so I remenber my schematic… but I simplify my schematic as original but eliminate useless states

More details at Arduinotehniq blog.

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