68000 seven-segment project
mark at wickensonline.co.uk
Fri Apr 17 06:14:02 CDT 2009
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Stephane Tsacas wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 11:47, Mark Wickens <mark at wickensonline.co.uk>wrote:
>> I have a 68000 MECB clone board and a large number (70+) seven segments
>> that I would like to do a project with - I'm open to interesting an
>> novel suggestions!
> Snake byte !
> Arrange the displays in a grid, like 8x8 or something, and display a moving
> 'snake' which get longer each time it eats a dot !
> The 'refresh' algorithm should be nice to program, since I guess you don't
> want to have more than one segment ON at a given time...
You know I hadn't even considered games (except maybe a really retro
Connect Four springs to mind as well, with a row of buttons at the top
for the 'drop' functionality.
I wonder if pacman is a possibility?
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