The LED gameboard is a tabletop game that consists out of 36 pushbuttons that can change their color using RGBW LEDs. Up to 10 different games can be stored on the hardware and can be selected with a rotary switch. The board can replay audio files that are stored on a MicroSD card.

Several games like “Sound Memory”, “Ataxx”, “TapTap” or “Laser Duel” are running on the board.

Created by : Wolfgang Huther & Dr. Rolf Lakämper.

Stuff used :
-Arduino Mega
-Arduino Uno
-36 arcade push buttons with built-in RGBW LEDs
-rotary knob
-10 rotary switches

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