This is my very first project and after having read about all kinds of awesome, innovative, smart, crazy, serious and amazingly playful things all of you have come up with, I would very much love to share mine too.
I only have a very basic set of parts: an Arduino Uno with breadboard and cables, some LEDs, Resistors, a rotary potentiometer, a pushbutton, and a piezo (this I want to use later too). I wanted to make a little game out of those and had an idea I called “Match the Light”. Out of a line of 5 red LEDs, one is chosen and lit randomly and the player uses the rotary potentiometer to light up the matching green light. If it is the right match and a button is pressed, the game is won. The player can restart, by choosing the yellow restart LED that is next to the green ones.
I hope you enjoy my little project. I had lots of fun inventing and building it and it gave me great satisfaction to see it running eventually.
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