Center: Cuffe parade
Level in Eduprime Robotics course: 1
Project: Electronic Rotating Dice
Shrey walked in with his electronic rotating dice which could be a perfect substitute for the conventional dice. The numbers were printed on a circular board and the board was stationary. The motor had a wheel attached on its shaft. An arrow on the wheel pointed the number. A Tact switch controlled the motor. A player will press and release the Tact switch and then will wait for the arrow to stop and point out the corresponding number. Yes, this dice had only numbers from 1 to 4 instead of 1 to 6 because he ran out of space while designing it. And eventually, he ended up with a unique dice. Also, we hope that now he and his friends are playing snakes and ladders with his new dice. Maybe, you too can join the fun by creating this dice.
Electronic rotating dice by Shrey