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Game of Life on a Raspberry Pi (and a LED board) in Haskell

Posted on Monday, June 18th, 2018 in LEDs, R-Pi by DP

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Trandi published a Game of Life on a Raspberry Pi in Haskell project, that is available on Github:

This is a quick post about, re-purposing my Raspberry Pi + Peggy2 art installation, which already re-purposes a 8-9 years old Peggy2 LED board, to play Conway’s Game of Life.

More details on Robotics /Electronics /Physical Computing blog.

Check out the video after the break.

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