A custom made PCB fits onto an Arduino Uno. This is a game that can be played by two players.
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This project can add two 3-digit binary numbers to turn into a 4-digit binary number. Math homework solved!
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A wristwatch that displays time in binary through an array of LEDs.
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somehow all your buttons are activated as 7+7=14. see if anything is wrong with the wiring and check if the buttons still work
I don’t recommend you to just copy other people’s projects if you want to learn. I think it’s a good idea to copy some simple projects when you are just starting to get familiar with wires, but this isn’t the best way to learn how to use the arduino. I actually started learning arduino on YouTube. There is this excellent YouTube series by a professor called Paul McWorther, just search arduino beginners lesson 1 and it’s the video with an old looking man with white hair. He was the person that made me understand arduino.
Hope this helped, again, I recommend watching his series on beginner arduino lessons. It’s not that I don’t like other people copying my project, it’s just not the best way to learn.
The two rows of three push buttons are the two numbers you want to add together and the row of four LEDs is the output. The input and output are both binary and not decimal. If you are not familiar with binary I stronly suggest you learn it, just search it up in google or YouTube or something. I strongly suggest you learn binary if you want to get into electronics, especially computing, it will help you a lot.
Hope it helps and don’t hesitate to ask any more questions.
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