I am delighted to announce that the campaign has been successfully funded! Thanks to all the backers, production can now start. For the bulk of this update, I discuss the nuances of how one of the features for the Dazzler is really good text output. Read the full update.
Graphics is hard. I'm quite pleased with the Gameduino's usability with the Arduino, and people do sometimes mail me with "hey that was easier than I expected" messages. But this year I've been working on another way: a CircuitPython library for the Gameduino. Read the full update.
For several years now, I've wanted to duplicate the original vector-display Atari Asteroids on the Gameduino. There's something about the this early monochrome vector game that I find very pleasing. This Summer finishing Dazzler presented the perfect excuse. Read the full update.
A conversation with my dog in which you, dear reader, learn a whole lot about the Gameduino 3X Dazzler. Read the full update.
The Gameduino 3X Dazzler is an Arduino-compatible shield that outputs HD picture and sound to any HDMI display or TV. The Dazzler is a new addition to the Gameduino family; it's the first one with HDMI output, and is built to let you make great looking graphics straight out of the box. Everything in the campaign video was taken directly from the Dazzler's 720p video feed - what you see is what you get! Check out the campaign to snag yours now. Read the full update.