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akshay_khanna07

Jun 20, 2012, 06:18 pm Last Edit: Jun 28, 2012, 03:23 am by akshay_khanna07 Reason: 1

James C4S

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Graynomad

Yes well done, the poor Arduino musty be working it's ring off :)

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Rob
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JoeN

Pause the video while it's running to get a sense of how it is "painting" the "screen".
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Grumpy_Mike


akshay_khanna07

I have displayed my version of Pac - Man on a Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO) using Arduino,open source hardware prototyping platform. The game screen consists of 9 revolving coins and two enemies and a Pac-Man. Pac-Man is user controlled. Enemies have been programmed such that they locate Pac-Man's position on the screen and one of the enemies finds the shortest path to the Pac - Man at a particular instant direction whereas the second enemy finds an alternate path and heads in that direction so as to reach the Pac-Man in minimal time through shortest path.

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