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Electric Overlays-LCD panels as screen overlays for the Vectrex -  The "Vectrex" video game system from the 1980s, noted for its black and white vector display, used coloured plastic "overlays" to colour the white lines it drew on its screen.  A prototype colour Vectrex was produced, but the design never saw production. __ Designed by Kevin Koster

Electronic Astrologer -  This electronic astrologer answers in either YES or NO.  For this reason it is a good idea to put this circuit in a box, and mark one LED as YES, and another as NO.  Electronic astrologer can played like this :- You ask such question whose answer can be either YES or NO, e.g Is it going to rain today ?.  Now, press and release push-button(S1) to get the answer.  After release, the glowing LED is electronic astrologer's answer. __ ` Sigmatone

Electronic Coin Toss -  Build your own coin toss circuit and lose the coin. __ Contact: Jim Stewart, Nuts and Volts Magazine

Electronic Cricket Match Game -  This electronic cricket is a present for Kids.  This simple battery powered circuit can be used to play Cricket Match with your friends.  Each LED in the circuit indicates various status of the cricket match like Sixer, Run out, Catch etc.  The Circuit uses two ICs , one in the Astable mode and the second in the display driver __ Designed by D Mohankumar

Electronic Dice -  This electronic dice has no chance of wear and tear but all the features of a wooden or plastic dice used for Ludo game.  The circuit comprises an astable multivibrator built around...___ Electronics Projects for You

Electronic Dice -  A LED dice, bright, unbiased, and spectacular.  The display uses 7 LEDs to simulate the faces of a real dice.   __ Designed by Projects & Ideas from Nutchip.com

Electronic Dice -  The 555 timer IC is connected for Astable Operation, the clock pulses are fed to the 4017 IC via the 10K resistor.  The 4017 is a 10 stage counter, output 6 (pin 5) is connected to RESET (pin 15) , thus giving us a 6 stage counter , outputs 0 to 5.6 of the LEDs are connected as 3 pairs, thus requiring 4 different signals, these signals come from the 4 transistors, which in turn __ Designed by Andy Clarkson

Electronic Dice -  This circuit simulates two dice.  It is build around a PIC 16c84 microcontroller and runs from a 9V battery.  Pushing the right button "throws" the dice and sounds a short beep to alert the other players.  It is possible to choose between one and two dice with the left button.  After five seconds the display blanks (except for a flashing decimal point) to save battery power.  Pushing one of the buttons brings the display back up.  The size of the PCB is 3.2"x3.2" __ Designed by Michel Van den Bergh On Electronics

Electronic Dice -  I built this small Dice because we had a spare corner of PCB un-used of a larger PCB design.  Project originally belong to Pete Griffiths and I thank his efforts in making such a nice project and make available code for free use. __ Designed by Nina Gajjar

Electronic Dice -  It is good idea to put this circuit in a box and mark/write each LED with number 1 to 6.  Now, when switch S1 is pushed momentarily, any one of the 6 LEDs will glow.  The Number marked for glowing LED becomes dice's output.  Every time S1 is released, new LED will glow randomly.  Chances for each LED to glow is 16.66%. __ ` Sigmatone

Electronic Dice using AT89c2051 -  This simple circuit demonstrates the capability of an AT89C2051 microcontroller chip to function as a random number generator based on the flying counter principle.  The program in the chip constantly updates...___ Electronics Projects for You

Electronic Dice with your Computer -  Circuit Only __ Designed by Peter Kalosi

Electronic Games -  Collection of electronic game circuits __ Contact: Charles Wenzel of Wenzel Associates, Inc.

Electronic Ludo -  Ludo, a traditional board game, requires the players to throw a dice by hand and move forward their tokens on the board by the number of squares indicated by the dice....___ Electronics Projects for You

Electronic NiCad gLow plug driver -  Basically, it's a constant voltage source.  It measures the voltage drop across the plug and adjusts its output to to keep that voltage constant (regardless of the resistance of the plug or the length of the wires).  Therefore, when the engine floods, more power is delivered to help burn off the flood.   __ Designed by Steve Sacco

Electronic quiz table -  This is a circuit for a low cost electronic quiz table that can be used for four participants.  Whenever someone presses a button first an alarm sounds and the person's corresponding bulb lights up and the other three are locked.   __   Electronics for You

Electronic roulette wheel -  Has numbers 1 to 36 plus the 0 and 00, with totally random odds.   __ Designed by G.L. Chemelec

Electronic Scoring Game -  You can play this game alone or with your friends.  The circuit comprises a timer IC, two decade counters and a display driver along with a 7-segment display.The game is simple....___ Electronics Projects for You

Electronics Cricket on board -  This is very interesting project not for only who love cricket for also who love to watch this game because thousand of us want to play this game but some time it is not possible because of this busy life, lack of ground etc.  The game electronics cricket on board can be played by anyone even in their home by sitting on table.  The interesting fact is even a single player can play this game. __

Electronics Lucky Number -  The circuit is simple and self explanatory.  IC1, a NE555 timer, is used as astable mode to generate clock pulses at a rate of about 20 Hz.  The frequency can be varied with the help of potentiometer VR1. __

Exploding Confetti Cannon -  Here is a cool pyrotechnics gadget that explodes with a shower of confetti! Great for live concerts, parties, weddings, special events.  you name it! What You Need A glow-plug which you can get HERE Electrical Box with cover Plumbing Extension __ Designed by Radio LocMan

Fake Joystick -  The following very simple circuit can be used to make the computer to think that there is a real joystick connected to joystick port.  This adapter might be useful in some special computer testing applications when you don't have real joystick available __ Designed by Tomi Engdahl

Fastest Finger First -  This project describes a "Fastest Finger First" system that is cheap to build, has high noise immunity, is reliable and is also extensible.  Note that whilst the schematic below may look complicated, its actually a very simple & cheap interlock based round a single 4013 dual d-type flip-flop and an output driver that is replicated for each positionin this example, 8 times.  The buzzer is also optional and can be omitted, along with all its associated components.  The few extra resistors & capacitors used for improving the noise immunity are very cheap but improve the reliability of the design greatly.  i.e.  it's a proper design rather than a hack! __ Designed by Nick de Smith

Fastest Finger First Indicator -  Quiz-type game shows are increasingly becoming popular on television these days.  In such games, fastest finger first indicators (FFFIs) are used to test the player’s reaction time.  The player’s designated number...___ Electronics Projects for You

Fastest Finger First Indicator -  The above image shows the circuit diagram of Fastest Finger First Indicator which is used to make the project and has been taken from EFY.  This project is an electronic quiz buzzer that is affordable by the colleges and even individuals.  This project is useful for a 4-team quiz contest, although it can be modified for more number of teams.  Use this report for your reference and study only and thanks to all authors.   __ Designed by Krity Vats, Divya Uniyal, Garima Sharma

Fastest Finger First System using Raspberry Pi -  Fastest finger first systems are used in school, college and TV contests.  The team which presses their push-button switch first is entitled to answer the query.  When two or more teams...___ Electronics Projects for You

First-Event Detector Has Automatic-Reset Function -  23-Jul-09 EDN-Design Ideas Use this circuit to tell which game player presses a button first__ Circuit Design by Vasil Borodai, Zaporozhje, Ukraine

Flashing Birthday Heart -  This circuit was made for my wife's birthday.  It is capable of flashing five strings of LED's with different frequencies.  It also has a connector for an 8 Ohm loudspeaker and two connectors for the small PCB's that are contained in musical greeting cards.  In this way the circuit will play alternatingly two room filling tunes at regular time intervals.  After a w __ Designed by Michel Van den Bergh On Electronics

Flashing heart -  This circuit was made for my wife's birthday.  It is capable of flashing five strings of LED's with different frequencies.  It also has a connector for an 8 Ohm loudspeaker and two connectors for the small PCB's that are contained in musical greeting cards.  In this way the circuit will play alternatingly two room filling tunes at regular time intervals.  After a w __ Designed by Michel Van den Bergh On Electronics

Frogger Arcade Game -  Schematic only, no circuit description included.   __ Contact: jrokweb @ san.rr.com

Frogger Sound/ROM-FROGSND Arcade game -  Schematic only, no circuit description included.   __ Contact: jrokweb @ san.rr.com

Furby Resurrection -  PIC Project  There are several websites documenting the original Furby circuit board.  I decided to replace the original circuit entirely and replace it with a PIC based controller.   __ Designed by Luhan Monat-Mesa Arizona

Furby reverse-engineered -  Through a lot of hard work by people other than myself, Furby's innner electronics have been fully reverse engineered __


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