As an enviable senior design project at Kennesaw State University, students Tyler Gragg, Kevin Kamperman, Cody Meier, and Omar Salazar Lima created their own autonomous pinball machine.
Design academy Eindhoven grad Felix Mollinga invents playful way to help children who grow up in digital world understand the true value of personal info.
Ben Heck’s Mini Pinball: Designing a test gamehttps://www.engadget.com/2018/05/20/ben-hecks-mini-pinball-designing-a-test-game/With the prototype done, the team’s now ready for some gameplay.
Ben Heck’s mini pinball game: Building wallshttps://www.engadget.com/2017/11/26/ben-hecks-mini-pinball-game-building-walls/There’s a problem with Ben’s mini pinball game project: Everything is too big! Ben realizes that it’s time to decide on the design for the playing field, adding space for the…
Ben Heck’s mini pinball game: Designing the PCBhttps://www.engadget.com/2017/11/12/ben-hecks-mini-pinball-game-designing-the-pcb/In tackling another prototype-to-production design, Ben uses Autodesk Eagle to recreate Felix’s printed circuit board layout. Learn with Ben how to create your own parts in Eagle…
Check Out This Weird Semi-Legal Punk Pinball Machine From 1982 — Kerrang!http://www.kerrang.com/the-news/copyright-punk-pinball-sex-pistols-clash-joy-division/The machine’s design obscures letters from the bands’ names – so “Sex Pistols” becomes “X PIS”; “Dead Boys” becomes “EAD BO”; “Depeche Mode” turns into “PECH MO” and “Joy Division” becomes “OY DIVISIO”.