2014-11-29 (Sa) Arduino Laser Tag

Not a particularly busy day because I was packing for Chicago. My plan was to pack up the screen, Arduino, and the programming cable so I could work on this out of town.

Enough background.
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The second screen was soldered to the second 3.3V Arduino Pro Mini. Wires were also installed for a trigger switch.

 Screen, Arduino, and cheat sheet

Extra terminals for power and ground
 
To do:
  • Draft schematics
  • Break down tasks into more detail
  • Build second vest mount
  • Build another tagger with a long gray barrel
  • Make instructions for all parts
 
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