PIC10F200 MAUS MODIFICATION FOR THE GAME CONSTANTLY KEYPRESSES

To use the browser-based games, especially online custom modified maus and are selling a game for this circuit have keyboards I’ve heard has been placed into the online circuit mausmaus, depending on the...Electronics Projects, PIC10F200 Maus modification for the game constantly keypresses "microchip projects, microcontroller projects, simple circuit projects, " To use the browser-based games, especially on ...

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PIC18F2550 8 AXIS JOYSTICK FOR FLIGHT SIMULATOR

8 axis joystick circuit flight simulator designed to be used on computers running simulator programs can work with flight simulator info because I have so I can not discuss, but the person concerned useful... Electronics Projects, PIC18F2550 8 axis joystick for Flight Simulator "microchip projects, microcontroller projects, pic18f2550 projects, " 8 axis joystick circuit flight simulator designed to be used ...

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TETRIS GAME CIRCUIT WITH PIC18F4520

A tetris game circuit to play Tetris costly software and hardware part of the business, but may be useful for the persons concerned could limp PIC18F4520 microcontroller circuit board on the transform matrix to...Electronics Projects, Tetris game circuit with PIC18F4520 "microchip projects, microcontroller projects, " A tetris game circuit to play Tetris costly software and hardware part of the business, bu ...

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4 PLAYER PONG GAME PIC18F4550

The PIC18f4550 microprocessor based pong game PIC18f4550 The first player to reach 20 points in the Pong Game wins the fireworks animation with leds. The PIC18f4550 works at 8MHz, the display is made up...Electronics Projects, 4 Player Pong Game PIC18f4550 "microchip projects, microcontroller projects, " The PIC18f4550 microprocessor based pong game PIC18f4550 The first player to reach 20 points in the Pong ...

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Scalextric Sport Race Start Controller using PIC16F627A

Overview I developed this after my nephews got a Scalextric Sport slot car racing set for Christmas.  The set included a lap timer and counter but one thing that was missing was a way to start a race.  Having someone say "3-2-1-Go" wasn't really doing the job, especially as it was easy to go just after "1" and before "Go"  This works in a similar way to the lights used in F1 motor racing with five lights il ...

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Christmas card with inbuilt retro video game for under $10

Hello all and welcome to my second Christmas related project. Have you ever received a really boring Christmas card? Have you ever sat there and thought to yourself "If only there were a little video game on this card that I could play..." Well ponder no more because that card is here! This instructable will show you how to make your very own retro video game Christmas card which can be made for less than $ ...

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Life Size Operation Game using PIC16F877 microcontroller

Life Size Operation Game As a child I loved the Milton Bradley Operation game, the buzzer always scared me when it went off, but it was fun. The object of the Operation game is to remove a body part with out touching the tweezers to the metal sides that surround the object for removal. If you touch any metal sides you make his nose light up and a buzzer will sound and startle you. This year the Church I att ...

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24 Channel USB Connected LED Controller, upto 1A per Channel using PIC18F4550

24 Channel USB Connected LED Controller, upto 1A per Channel This device is designed to be a versatile high-current LED controller, with the ability to sink or/and source currents up to 1A per channel with dissipation of up to 2.5w per channel. The various jumpers and transistor placement allow the device to control many different types of LED configurations with LED voltages of up to 36v. Easily controls 5 ...

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Stroop Game using PIC16F628 Microcontroller

This project has been adapted from an experiment by John Ridley Stroop, who published his work in 1935. Basically it is a "trick." It is a trick in that you are required to answer a question at a "second level of thinking." In our test we have three tri-coloured LEDs and below each is a push-button. When a LED illuminates, your immediate response is to push the button below the LED. But this is not the requ ...

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Having fun with HC08 using pic microcontroller

Here is a nice little project for a rainy weekend, all this can be accomplished over a weekend and for under USD 15. This page has gone through several rewrites, mainly to get rid of my 'rant mode' writing, but it seems I just need to write it out of myself. Feel free to skip the first part. For references purposes and convenience I've put all the useful links here at the top of the page: Schematics SDCC - ...

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