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Jan 28, 2011, 10:35 am Last Edit: Jan 28, 2011, 10:44 am by Z Reason: 1
I'm not really sure if there is a detectable bias, I'll try and test it over the weekend when a friend comes round, I don't think i can reliably test it by myself.

If I have a problem with bias, I think I will take your idea of polling the pins up front and measure which teams buzz in in each loop, but then pick the 'winner' at random. Or, at 'random'.

edit: I just had a go at 60 simultaneous button presses of adjacent buttons and it came up as 28/32 which i think is pretty good.


An update:

I had caps printed for the buttons at shapeways.


Looks sharp. Do they use a mold to give it the crisp shape and build up the plastic with 3D printing kind of thing?
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