Sparkfun’s latest device puts a new twist on the classic game of Tetris by letting players rotate LED puzzle pieces — double as buttons — on a 240-spot grid. Continue reading for a video demonstration.

If you want the piece to move, you click to the left or right of it on the grid. And somehow Tetris becomes even more intuitive. Each button is backlit by 3 LEDs (RGB) for a near endless array of possible colors only limited by programming and the processing power of the 16 microcontrollers

[via Gizmodo]

Sparkfun’s latest device puts a new twist on the classic game of Tetris by letting players rotate LED puzzle pieces — double as buttons — on a 240-spot grid. Continue reading for a video demonstration.

If you want the piece to move, you click to the left or right of it on the grid. And somehow Tetris becomes even more intuitive. Each button is backlit by 3 LEDs (RGB) for a near endless array of possible colors only limited by programming and the processing power of the 16 microcontrollers

[via Gizmodo]