Make A Sense Hat Marble Maze With Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Make a sense hat marble maze game with Raspberry Pi. via raspberry.org
In this activity you will create a marble maze game that can be played on the LED matrix of your Sense HAT. You will use the in-built orientation sensors of the Sense HAT to control the movement of the marble, simulating the way a real marble rolls around a maze.
By coding a marble maze game with your Raspberry Pi and Sense HAT, you will learn:
How to illuminate Sense HAT pixels
How to capture pitch, roll, and yaw data
How to implement a basic form of collision detection
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