Upgraded Halloween: Tetris pumpkin

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Vancouver-based craftsman Nathan Pryor made the ultimate geeky pumpkin for Halloween, with an embedded playable game of Tetris.

He used 128 LEDs, 256 pieces of heat-shrink tubing, 313 solder joints and around twelve hours of work to complete his project, that he calls Pumpktris.

Images and more details of the making - on his blog

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