Don’t leave your next job fair without these smart people ATtiny84A-based business card created by Dylan TurnerNot only does it let the receiver know who Turner is and how to contact him, it can also double as a working video game console.
Electronic business-based business cards are nothing new, and we don’t want anyone to actually use them as business cards (they add up to $15 each), but this is the form factor we are dealing with: 3.5 inches x 2 inches. But It is excellent to be able to add so much technology to this restrictive form factor.Turner teased when showing off the new business card-sized console Another prototype PCB, This feature Raspberry Pico Instead of this model, Arduino is compatible with ATtiny84A.
The card consists of two main parts: the console board and the game cassette. The system is designed to read the cassette, so there is no need to flash a new image for each game. Just eject a new ink cartridge and start playing.
The console board uses two buttons and a joystick to output visual effects to a small OLED display. It only costs $1 to create a game cassette, but it also takes some time to write a game program.If you want to take a closer look at the code, please visit the project page GitHub.
You can also see the role of this card on Dylan Turner’s official website YouTube channel. Be sure to follow him for more updates and future projects. As for us, we stick to the Pico version.