BKriet shared this this game they built for a class project. It tests you on your knowledge of logic gates. Nice build with a 3D printed case and the readily available Pi Pico.
“Name! That! Gate!” is built around the Raspberry Pi / RasPi Pico microcontroller and, as also stated in the included “userManual_nameThatGate” .pdf file which goes into further detail, it’s a Logic Gate Game that tests player knowledge of Digital Logic Gates themselves. The objective is to determine what Digital Logic Gate is being used to create the state of an Output (Y) given the condition of the Inputs (A), (B), and/or (C) which are able to be toggled.
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