Discrete Tic-Tac-Toe

Created on 14 Nov 2017

The quintessential game of strategy represented in its logical minimum

Tic-Tac-Toe implemented using only discrete electrical components such as transistors, LEDs, wires, passives.

@raghuv

Raghu Venkatesh

@krv

Krish Vaswani

@sladuca

Sebastien La Duca

@jsgarcia

James Garcia

@ayli1

Anna Li

Part Cost Quantity Total
Set of 20 Perfboards $5.39 2 $10.78
Perfboard 5x7 cm
Falken Design Corporation CL1-16/2436 Plastic Acrylic Plexiglas Lucite $29.07 1 $29.07
(1/8) x 24" x 36"
inShareplus 6V DC Power Supply $39.99 1 $39.99
6V 10A Power Supply
Table $13.00 1 $13.00
table to mount the project & components on
Taiwan Semiconductor TSM2N7000KCT $0.20 300 $60.00
NMOS Transistor
Diodes Incorporated BS250P $0.70 30 $21.00
PMOS Transistor
LTL2R3KRD-EM $0.18 50 $9.00
Red Indicator LED
LTL2R3KGD-EM $0.18 50 $9.00
Green Indicator LED
A10905RNCQ $6.90 3 $20.70
Single Pole 9 Throw Rotary Switch
Stackpole Electronics CF14JT4K70; Box of 250 $3.09 1 $3.09
4700 Ohm Resistors; 250 of these will be bought at a unit price of $.01236
Project Totals: 439 $215.63
Track 1 Base Budget: $250.00
Preferred Vendor Budget Bonus: $50.00
Remaining Budget: $84.37
Raghu Venkatesh 15 Jan 2018, 8:10 a.m. EST
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! We will pick up our parts later today.
Raghu Venkatesh 01 Dec 2017, 11:05 p.m. EST
We have compiled a parts list.
Raghu Venkatesh 18 Nov 2017, 12:50 a.m. EST
We have taken steps to further expand our group, established multiple conventions, devised a turn-tracking scheme, and divided labor.
Raghu Venkatesh 15 Nov 2017, 9:40 p.m. EST
The project now has 4 people officially listed as team members.