Created a fairly realistic and accurate enigma machine simulator using an arduino and a touchscreen.
This user joined on 06/07/2015.
Ported Mike Szczys One-Pixel Pacman implementation, called MatrixMan to the Arduino Uno + Seeed Studios Touch Screen LCD v2.02b2
Created an Enigma Machine simulator using an Arduino UNO and a Seeed Studios Touchscreen LCD. The Enigma I, M3 and M4 machines are accurately simulated. The plugboard and the Uhr switch can be used to further scramble the text.
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Impressive work! I can appreciate the effort.
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