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Call for Works: One-Button Game Objects


Push the button: Kokoromi’s Gamma game challenge, which we saw earlier this week, challenges game designers to build an entire gameplay mechanic around a single button. What can be done with a single hardware object – a self-contained, one-button invention? We’re looking for creations that answer that question, inspired by games (and encompassing hardware games and hacks), but also extending into interactive art and musical and visual instruments.
(DEADLINE: MARCH 1 (receipt))

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Libelium presents: III Arduino Contest (2010)


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For the third consecutive year, Libelium organizes the Arduino Open Hardware Contest in order to award the best ideas and projects made with Arduino.

After the previous editions, this year we have decided to create just one category: “Amazing Arduino”.

We are looking for the most spectacular and unusual projects developed with Arduino.