This is an implementation of the famous electronic game "Simon says" (aka Senso) with a LPC810 - ARM Cortex M0+ in DIP8 case. The minimalistic design needs only 23 parts for the realisation. It's easy possible to built your own Simon on a breadboard, but we provide also a kit including pre-programmed controller and pcb.
You can see the assembly of the kit in the video below:
The LPC810 contains a bootloader. We are using FlashMagic and a simple USB adaptor to upload the code into the controller. To enable the bootloader mode it is necessary needed to close the Jumper PRG
- Press the green button first - this will wakeup the LPC810 from deep power down mode.All leds will flash after releasing the button.
- Do what Simon says. Follow and repeat the sequence of lights and sounds for as long as you can.
- after a wrong input all leds will flash and the game will show you the right input.
- Finally the deep power down mode is activated automaticaly
Check also this short video about the game: