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DIY slingshot for angry birds turns the game more interesting [Video]
posted April 3 2012 5:25.39 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I really do not like Angry birds for it has no real action, nevertheless, this idea would make me play a few rounds more. The whole project began from a demo showing how easy it is to make a USB device. A 3-axis accelerometer and a stretch sensor is all it takes to transfer part of the game into real life, and turn you into a geek.
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[Via: mbedmicro]    [Link: mbed]
Tags: gaming   accelerometer   sensors   usb   crazy designs   cool gadget   geek   creative   pc related   
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