A Mini Pinball Machine using the Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Chris Dalke made this excellent mini pinball game. It is a slick project packed with features.
A mini pinball machine based on the Raspberry Pi 4 with a laser-cut enclosure and custom software.
The hardware enclosure is laser-cut wood, a 7″ touchscreen monitor, and an Arduino to interact with the dot-matrix display and arcade buttons. The enclosure also has stereo audio.
A Raspberry Pi 4 runs a custom-designed pinball game which interacts with the physical hardware. The game contains several powerups, high scores, and is optimized to run at 60fps.
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