Any pinball wizard that would like their very own Mini iPad pinball table may be interested in this new project which is being published by the John Park’s Workshop and uses a Gemma M0 to provide a plug and play experience.
Check out the videos below to learn more about the Mini iPad pinball project which uses a couple of arcade buttons connected to the Gemma M0 microcontroller, which can be programmed using CircuitPython as a USB HID device to control any iCade compatible game on the iOS platform.
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Look, no soldering just plug and play! And no Arduino IDE, simply program the CircuitPython code with any text editor and save the code to the Gemma M0, which shows up as a USB drive!
Source: AdafruitFiled Under: DIY Projects, Top News, Toys