Introduction: Arduino LCD Ball Game
Hello there, this is an Arduino LCD Ball Game that I have created during quarantine, i have a small video about how this game works and you can find that video at (https://youtu.be/ccc4AkOJKhM)
supplies that will need
- 1 Arduino UNO board
- Lots of jumper wires (All types)
- LCD Screen
- 1 RGB LED
- 1 1k Ohm resistor
- 3 330 Ohm resistors
- 1 Push Button
- Photo Resistor
Step 1: HardWare (Wiring the Circuit)
Although wiring the Circuit may seem Difficult you can follow the photo above to help you wire the circuit.
Here is a description of how to wire this circuit.
First off Connect the Power and Ground Rails on the Bread Board
Connect Pin 1 to DB7 on the LCD
Connect Pin 4 to DB6 on the LCD
Connect Pin 5 to DB5 to the LCD
Connect Pin 7 to DB4 on the LCD
Connect Pin 8 to the ENABLE pin on the LCD
Connect Pin 10 to the read/write pin on the LCD
Connect Pin 12 to the CONTRAST pin on the LCD
Connect Pin 13 to the Register Connect pin on the LCD
Connect the GROUND and LED Cathode Pins BOTH to ground
Connect the POWER from the Power rail to Terminal 1 on the photo resistor
Connect the POWER pin from the LCD to terminal 1 on the Photo resistor
Connect Terminal 2 of the Photo resistor to terminal 1 of the slide switch
Connect Common from the Switch to the LED Anode on the LCD
Connect 1 End of the Button to Pin 2 and the other end to Ground
Connect the Positive end of the Buzzer to Pin 2 with a 1k Ohm resistor in the middle
Connect the negative end of the Buzzer to the ground rail
Connect the Red Pin of the RGB LED to a 330 ohm resistor connected to Pin 6
Connect the Blue Pin on the RGB LED to a 330 ohm resistor connected to Pin 9
Connect the Green Pin on the RGB LED to a 330 ohm resistor connected to pin 11 on the Arduino.
This Will seem intriguing at first but once you get the hang of it get much easier.
Step 2: THE CODE
if you followed the previous steps of the hardware and copied the same digital pin numbers then you can use the code attached and you will be fine. BUT if you used different pins then you might have to change the inputs and outputs.
Step 3: COMPLETION
you have now sucessfully made your ARDUINO LCD GAMEE. enjoy!