Socially-distanced Pong

Created on 15 Oct 2021

Pong without a CPU, built on 2 FPGAs, driving 2 monitors, communicating in ridiculous ways.

This implementation of Pong will build on the 18-240 lab project as a completely digital hardware version of Pong. Instead of implementing the entire game on a single FPGA, we will use two FPGAs to drive two monitors. The communication between the two FPGAs will be something ludicrous, like audible Morse code or flashing QR codes.

@wnace

Bill Nace

@anirudhp

Anirudh Prakash

@bohanyu

Bohan Yu

@allin

Austin Lin

Part Cost Quantity Total
Pi Zero W $14.00 2 $28.00
Pi Zero W (with headers)
Camera for Pi Zero $19.95 2 $39.90
Camera for Pi Zero
E-Ink Gizmo for Circuit Playground $21.95 2 $43.90
Extend and expand your Circuit Playground projects with a bolt-on E-Ink Gizmo that lets you add a lo
Circuit Playground Bluefruit $24.95 2 $49.90
Circuit Playground Bluefruit is our third board in the Circuit Playground series, another step towar
Acrylic Sheet $39.99 1 $39.99
Acrylic for laser cutting
Joystick $16.95 2 $33.90
Joystick for user inputs
Neopixel Bars $5.95 4 $23.80
Neopixel bar to show pretty lights
Arcade button: Red $2.50 2 $5.00
Arcade button: red
Arcade button: Blue $2.50 2 $5.00
Arcade button: Blue
Arcade button: Green $2.50 2 $5.00
Arcade button: Green
Arcade button: Yellow $2.50 2 $5.00
Arcade button: Yellow
Arcade button quick connects $4.95 1 $4.95
Arcade button quick connects
Project Totals: 24 $284.34
Track 1 Base Budget: $300.00
Preferred Vendor Budget Bonus: $0.00
Remaining Budget: $15.66