Making Dice Towers with the “I Like to Make Stuff” Team
Recently, the team at Bob Clagett’s I Like to Make Stuff channel built an amazing gaming table for their conference/gaming room. In this week’s video, Bob and the crew make their own dice towers for playing D&D and other tabletop games.
Bob makes a cool clear acrylic tower with Arduino-controlled light effects that are triggered when you toss in the dice.
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