Konrad Pawlak shared on Thingiverse:
It is simple electronic dice powered by chinse copy of arduino nano and 9V battery. The roll of dice is triggered by one poushbutton on the top – rolls random number with random length animation, and buzzer beeps when animation finishes. Power switch, and mute/unmute switch can be found on the side. Source code for this thing can be found in Thing files.
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