Arduino Solar Powered Pong Game

Arduino Solar Powered Pong Game


In this Arduino Game Project we are going to build an Arduino Game,

the clasic Pong game!

It is a very easy Arduino Project to build, it won’t take you more than 15 minutes! And we can charge it using a solar panel which is stick on its back side. It uses a small battery which give a play time of 4 hours.

In this video we are going to build an Arduino powered Game. It is the classic Pong Game!

You can play it against the computer controlling the green paddle. Each time a player scores, the score is displayed on the screen. The first player to reach 8 points wins! It is a fun project to build and as you are going to find out, it won’t take you more than 10 minutes to build it.

Let’s start!

The parts needed in order to build this project are the following:

——————–WHERE TO BUY——————–


Arduino UNO –

Arduino Full Kit –

Treansmitter Fi-a6 –

Quadcopter Kit –

Amazon India

Arduino UNO R3 –

Ultrasonic Sensor hc-sr04 –

Arduino Beginners kit –

Wi-Fi Wireless Transceiver Module for IOT ESP8266 –

NodeMcu WiFi Development Board – ESP8266 –

Bluetooth Transceiver Module –

37 in 1 Sensor Modules Kit for Arduino –

Servo Motors 2 –

Arduino Nano V3 with USB Cable –

Quadcopter Kit Quad Copter –

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Let’s now take a quick look at the code. The code of this project is based on the code of a pong game for the monochrome OLED display. You can find the link for the original code in the description of the video below.

The project needs two libraries in order to compile. We need the Adafruit GFX library and the library for the OLED display. By adjusting the values of these variables you can change the difficulty of the game. You can set the ball speed, the paddle speed, the paddle height and the maximum score in order to make the game fit your taste. That’s it, upload the code to Arduino and have fun! As always you can find the code of the project and links for the libraries in the description of the video below.


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