bill-swift - March 13, 2014
So you've played Flappy Bird on your phone. Now that you know a high score of 250 is possible, it's time to take things to the next level by playing the game in real life. And by 'real life,' we mean manually--but that's only if you've got the time, skills, and tools like Fawn Qiu who put together this Flappy Bird-in-a-Box (as I'd like to call it).
Using Arduino, a pair of motors, reed switches, magnets, and of course, some cardboard, Fawn managed to make the game literally come to life. Check it out in the clip above. Neat, huh?
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