Matthew A. shared this fun project with us. Use a Raspberry pi with Sense HAT to play an Alexa skill game.
I built a game that you play by using your memory to control a fleet of
imaginary robots around a board of traps set by the nefarious Dr. Snot Bomb.
Anyway – then I wanted to tie it into the raspberry PI… ’cause web and
IOT are too much fun. Thought your readers might get a kick out of using an
Alexa skill to change the rendering a game on a Sense-hat with a real-time:
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