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September 6, 2017 AT 4:55 pm

NEW GUIDE: John Park’s Mini iPad Pinball Table with Gemma M0 @adafruit @johnedgarpark #adafruit

Want to become a pinball wizard in the comfort of your own home? With the new Mini iPad Pinball Table learning guide, you can! Simply wire arcade buttons to the Gemma M0 which can be programmed in CircuitPython as a USB HID device to control any iCade compatible game on iOS. Plus, you can build your own stylish, rugged mini table using slotted aluminum extrusion.! And, no soldering is required, just plug and play!

Look, no soldering! And no Arduino IDE, simply program the CircuitPython code with any text editor and save the code to the Gemma M0, which shows up as a USB drive!

Constructing the table from aluminum extrusion and hardware is a lot like building a kit! Plus, you can modify it to meet your exact needs.

You can also check out the live stream for more details, and fun metal cutting action.


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