How to Maek Game of Life Using ATtiny13A and Mini Breadboard.

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About: Sanuki udon is one of "Japanese taste". it is a food made of noodles of popular wheat in Japan. And my soul food. I'm not good at English. So I am studying English .

I challenged making a Conway's Game of Life at 1 KB using ATtiny13A.Used to display MAX7219 Dot Matrix Module.Because ATtiny13a does not have a pin for displaying the Game of Life.And using MAX 7219 makes the circuit very simple.

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Step 1: Sketch

I wrote in a program at ATtiny13a using Arduino IDE used version 1.06 and Arduino core for Attiny13.

Or Arduino IDE used version 1.82 and MicroCore.


Fuse bit :hFuse = 0xFF, lFuse= 0x7A
(interne 9.6 MHz clock)

Step 2: Circuit & Material

Material
1x ATtiny13a
1x Mini breadboard
1x MAX7219 Dot Matrix Module LED Display Module
Some jumper wires

Step 3: Jumper Wire

The circuit is very simple:-)

Step 4: MAX7219 Dot Matrix Module LED Display Module

Solder MAX7219 Dot Matrix Module LED Display Module and Assemble.

Step 5: Insert MAX7219 Dot Matrix Module LED Display Module on the Breadboard.

Please insert it not to get a wrong pin.

ATtiny13A 8pin ... VCC
ATtiny13A 7pin ... Matrix Module LED Display CLK
ATtiny13A 6pin ... Matrix Module LED Display CS
ATtiny13A 5pin ... Matrix Module LED Display DIN
GND ... Matrix Module LED Display GND
5V ... Matrix Module LED Display VCC
ATtiny13A 4pin... GND

I take the power supply out of USB at 5V

Step 6: Done!

It will be displayed if it succeeds.Changes in 20 generations.

have fun :-)

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    SANUKI UDON

    2 years ago

    I reviewed the sketch to get a larger area.