We met these guys at Maker Faire, and finally had the chance to check out their website now that we’re back. They’ve got all kinds of great stuff, ranging from iPod connectors and breakout boards to electronic components and microprocessors — including all sorts of stuff you’ll never find at your local shop.
At Maker Faire they brought a picture frame Tetris game they built using various components they sell. It used 16 microcontrollers, 720 LEDs, and 1,300 lines of code, and it worked — as you can see from the video above.
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