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As a child I loved the Milton Bradley Operation game, the buzzer always scared me when it went off, but it was fun. The object of the Operation game ...
To build the life size over 5ft tall game board. I took a digital picture of the original Operation game board and in a photo shop edited the picture ...
I constructed the wood frame out of 1in by 2in wood strips that I had around the house. The wood frame as seen in picture the wood frame is 4in thick ...
The light bulb used for the nose was a 120VAC bulb that is red color. I removed the filament and socket base and glued it to the front poster board wi...
Boxes The size for the pockets and constructed them out of cardboard and taped together. The pocket sizes are all two inches deep; Sword 2in x 3.50in...
I glued 1 inch strips of aluminum foil on the front edge of all the boxes. I took the cutout cardboard pieces and used it as a template for the front ...
I now ran two wires in each side of each box and foiled in and glued it in the aluminum metal that was going into the side of each box. On the backsid...
Box LED's To illuminate the box locations so you can play the game in the dark I installed three white LED's (green Wires) per box that are always on....
I used a breadboard to put all components on and run wire to connect. The game board is controlled by a PIC (Microchip) microcontroller PIC16F877. The...
See PDF File Operation Game.pdf
I mounted the breadboard on a hinged to pull down for troubleshooting. I connected all the wires from the boxes to PortB from Bit0 to Bit5 (six bits ...
I wired the color LED's lights from each Box to the MOSFET IC per Bit form the output of PortD. I wired the LED nose to the MOSFET form the LM555 tim...
The code is MPLAB assembly code. See microchip.com for free compiler program.
The Video of Operation in action..
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