Electronic Tic-Tac-Toe With RGB LEDs

Introduction: Electronic Tic-Tac-Toe With RGB LEDs

RGB LED game to play Tic-Tac-Toe for two players. Uses 2 AVR Microcontrollers: Mega16 and Mega8. RGB LEDs allow each user to choose his/her color to represent Cross/Nut.

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    12 Comments

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    bercioiu
    bercioiu

    9 years ago on Introduction

    For video uploading you can use YOUTUBE! Where is the "instructable:?

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    BrunoG
    BrunoG

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Cool i loved it....mmmm I think you might put a diagram or something like that

    Why stop at Tic-Tac-Toe? Some people may remember the old Merlin game from the 80's. It had a matrix of LEDs like this and it had, I think, 9 or 10 games. How about Concentration or Computer Wack-A-Mole?

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    chopper00700
    chopper00700

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    WHACK A MOLE IS FUN! I want 2 see someone make that.. then be the tester of it!

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    mrmath
    mrmath

    14 years ago on Introduction

    Is it me, or is this not an instructable. It doesn't tell us how to do it, just that it was done.

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    zachninme
    zachninme

    Reply 14 years ago on Introduction

    You're right! Its a video, not an instructable.
    [Frenchcrawler explains this wonderfully! https://www.instructables.com/id/The-InstructableSlideshowVideo-Tabs..../]

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    mrmath
    mrmath

    Reply 14 years ago on Introduction

    Shouldn't the video still be instructing us in something, instead of just showing us? I've seen other video instructables, and they always give a step by step on how to do something.

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    zachninme
    zachninme

    Reply 14 years ago on Introduction

    "What kind of videos can I post?
    Submit your how-to videos, show off what you have made or are currently making. Just make sure the videos are your own."

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    zachninme
    zachninme

    Reply 14 years ago on Introduction

    [https://www.instructables.com/id/The-InstructableSlideshowVideo-Tabs..../ Err...]

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    zachninme
    zachninme

    14 years ago on Introduction

    Cool. I'm curious, though, why did you need to use two microcontrollers? Although the seven segment displays might be a bit tricky, you could probably multiplex them with the rest of the LEDs.