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The treasure hunt game with an Arduino twist
posted January 27 2015 19:23.16 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You know the good old treasure hunt game - Maybe you've enjoyed playing with your friends. Jason Poel Smith shows how to bring this game to the 21st century by replacing the classic "clues" with codes generated from an Arduino. Have fun!



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