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GeekDad is running an awesome competition to see what everybody can make using parts from SparkFun and Ponoko. My Nixie Sudoku uses many parts from SparkFun and a custom case from Ponoko, but unfortunately neither company sells nixie tubes (yet). So I decided to redesign the game using 7-segment LEDs instead. Presenting the 7 SEGDOKU concept.

Just multiply by 9, add 2 potentiometers, 1 keypad, 1 Arduino, and 1  custom case.

And you have a fun, inexpensive, easy to build, easy to program, easy to play game for the whole family! Check out the board, schematic, and case design here.

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  1. By 7-segment Sudoku - Hack a Day on 19 Aug 2010 at 1:02 pm

    [...] Sarik] keeps cranking out new ideas for his digital Sudoku project. This time he’s using 7-segment displays for each digit. The game play works the same as the Nixie Tube version, but this makes things quite [...]

  2. [...] Sudoku – [Link] Tags: 7-segment, sudoku Filed in Uncategorized | 9 views No Comments [...]

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