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    Matt used to hold the high score for every light gun game at the local arcade, but he's a little out of practice since the switch to modern, flat-screen, high-definition displays. Longing for a new challenge, he decides to build a gesture-controlled variation of the classic NES Zapper that will work on modern screens through emulators such as RetroPie and MAME. It's a new take on retro hardware based around an LSM9DS1 and ATmega32u4 that not only breathes life into otherwise forgotten games, but also provides an entirely new hand-eye coordination challenge!

     

    Supplemental Content:

    Bill of Material:

     

    PartManufacturerQuantityBuy KitBuy Kit

    Development Board, AdaFruit Feather, ATmega32u4, Prototyping Area

    Adafruit1Buy NowBuy Now

    USB Cable, USB Type A Plug, Micro USB Type B Plug, 2 m, 6.5 ft, USB 2.0, Black

    L-COM1Buy NowBuy Now

     

    Additional Parts:

     

    Product Name

    Adafruit 9-DOF Accel/Mag/Gyro+Temp Breakout Board - LSM9DS1