Folks have been able to play DOOM on everything from a watch to a printer. Now here’s a project that brings a piece of DOOM into real life. Here’s more from Michael Darby via hackster.io:
I went to a store the other week and found a cool Skeleton in their Halloween section, I immediately thought; that’s got enough room in it for some hardware… images of a spooky cool Raspberry Pi/Arduino powered Revenant inspired Cyber-Skeleton came to my mind through a UAC-like portal….
Revenants in DOOM are basically cybernetically enhanced demon skeletons – you can find out more about these awesome things from here.
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