Handheld AVR gaming project

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Handheld AVR gaming project
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David on Robot w/Lasers created a handheld gaming device using an ATMEGA32 and an 8×8 LED matrix. It’s currently running a breakout-style program he wrote and the self contained platform shows a lot of potential. Complete with directional pad and A/B-style buttons, it could be great for those interested in AVR learning and development. (perhaps along the lines of the AVR Butterfly) Hmm, but it could use a catchy name . . . AVR-boy? – nah, too obvious.

head over to Robots w/Lasers for more details – [via] AVR gaming project

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AVR Pong

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Atmel AVR Butterfly

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XGameStation Pico Edition 2.0

2 thoughts on “Handheld AVR gaming project

  1. John Honniball says:

    This is a little bit like the Mignon Game Kit:

    http://www.olafval.de/mignon/english/index.htm

    The Mignon is only 5×7 pixels, and only uses one colour for the LEDs, though.

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