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A game for the neighbourhood [Project]
posted December 10 2013 12:36.31 by spic0m

Kris Temmerman had thoughts of utilizing his big house window that faces the street, after some attempts he came up with a public game that runs solely on Arduino and a self-made led screen!

[Link: neuroproductions]

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