From PinInCalgary@email@example.com to rec.games.pinball on Friday, December 03, 2021 14:42:51
From Newsgroup: rec.games.pinball
Howdy, not sure if it's already been mentioned, but there is a cool article in Nuts & Volts 2020 Issue #5 magazine entitled "Build A PICBALL Machine" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpAWiCy8qeE
The introduction to the article is "For our Designing With Microcontrollers class at Cornell University, we were tasked with incorporating a PIC32 microcontroller into any project that we could think of. Armed with only a $125 budget, we wanted a project that would be complex, fun to work on, and entertaining for any user. What we eventually came up with was a spin on the classic mechanical pinball machine, which we thought would be a cool way to integrate the PIC32 microcontroller into a highly interactive physical product."
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