2017-04-17 (M) Pi0 Laser Tag PiTagErrUs

In order to test the transmission and reception of the codes, two computers were set up on the same desk. Previously, this was done with two computers on different sides of the room and one of the computers was on a standing desk. This organization led to a lot of sitting, standing, and kneeling. #catholicthings

On the Windows tablet, left, Arduino IDE was running to make changes to the firmware. On the Raspberry Pi, right, Python 3 and IDLE were used to automate the game. Arduino IDE was installed on the Raspberry Pi but wasn't properly set up to program the Arduino Micro. The main issue was reprogramming the Arduino to send readable messages to the Pi.

Impromptu two-computer setup


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Completed projects from year 1 
Completed projects from year 2
Completed projects from year 3

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