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Microcontroller Programming » SDL game interacting with the real world

October 09, 2010
by lcruz007
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Hello all! This is a mini project I recently finished.

It's basically a 2D video game programmed in C++ using SDL libraries, then with a python script I communicate with the microcontroller via the serial port in order to interact with the real world!

You can check the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSvwSzRbKYc

It shows how you can create some cool projects with the NerdKits!
If you want the source code, you can write me an email. Find it at http://www.ees.intelsath.com

Probably I'll try to upload it to my website soon though! ;)

October 10, 2010
by hevans
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Hi lcruz007,

Very cool as always! Thanks for posting the project, I'm sure people love seeing your projects and and getting ideas from them.

Humberto

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