Building a Pong using an Arduino board and a screen does not have too many secrets. But what if instead of a screen we used strips of LEDs glued to a paper? It is the challenge that we propose to do today with the help of an Arduino Nano board .
A pong where there are real pixels
Your sight does not deceive you. The Pong we propose to build this weekend includes the closest thing to a few pixels you know. In this project the classic screen has been replaced by strips of LED lights that show the path of the ball and the bar to hit it.
The game has been created to play a single person, and for now there is no bookmark worth. But it's a good way to learn about connections and programming using an Arduino Nano.
The development must be admitted that it is not very practical, but it is extremely curious with those 150 LEDs . Although the video is not seen, logically requires a control, as it is a 100% functional game. In this version a joystick is used. All the instructions and programming you have in the project web in Arduino .