An Amazing Cyberpunk Diorama/Game Terrain from Real Terrain Hobbies #cyberpunk
On Real Terrain Hobbies, Neil has been working on an Arduino-controlled cyberpunk diorama. The build has really taxed him and pushed the limits of his abilities. He was hoping to control all 54 LED lights (on billboards, room lighting, faux neon signs, etc.) with Arduino, but being a newbie, he couldn’t make it work.
But that doesn’t mean the finished piece isn’t amazing. He just ended up going with the lights always-on. For now. He hopes to still figure it out and realize what he had initially designed.
This project was done as a collab with Tabletop Time. They have been running a cyberpunk RPG campaign there and will be including the RTH piece in the series.
If anyone here who’s an Arduino doyen wants to reach out and help Neil solve his Arduino issues, that would sure be a swell thing to do.
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