[Sam] just finished off this awesome 6 foot tall Tetris game using National InstrumentsmyRIO with FPGA.
The build makes use of a 10 x 20 grid of RGB LEDs controlled by the myRIO. Itís played by using a web interface on any device, as long as you have WebSockets support. [Sam] had originally built it using an Arduino at the heart, but wanted a stand-alone device to do everything ó no extra computer or Raspberry Pi for the web interface. Thatís when he discovered the myRIO ó itís a pretty cool piece of hardware that we havenít seen too much of yet, other than the recent Picasso with a Paintball gun projectÖ
Donít forget to watch the following video to see the game in action!
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