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NEW GUIDE: Low-Tech Buzzing Operation Game #Education #Learning #AdafruitLearningSystem @Adafruit @KathyCeceri

A new guide today in the Adafruit Learning System: Low-Tech Buzzing Operation Game by Kathy Ceceri.

This project is aimed at educating students without the need for coding.

In the classic board game Operation, players must remove organs from their “patient” without setting off a buzzing, flashing alarm. The inventor, John Spinello, got the idea from a childhood memory of sticking a safety-pin into a light socket — although getting shocked when you make a false move has always been part of the fun!

This version uses mainly everyday household and recycled materials, and it’s easy for kids to build themselves. There’s no programming involved — just a simple paper circuit, basic components, and 3V coin battery for power.

See this new guide now > > >

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