Wireless Arduino Powered Chess

Our goal is to allow people to connect and play board games with each other from anywhere in the world. By combing a physical board with modern technology, we hope to bring a more interpersonal experience that is not achieved through a computer screen. See our other videos for a look inside the system and how moves such as castling and en passant are handled.

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24 thoughts on “Wireless Arduino Powered Chess

  1. I love how people …
    I love how people comment with no idea what they’re looking at.? Cool arduino project

  2. It isn’t a magic …
    It isn’t a magic trick. Not like it was trying to? be devious about it.

  3. this must be the …
    this must be the stupidest bullshit? everlol there are magnets under the table

  4. what will this even …
    what will this even help u with.? letting the aair play chess while u move the same pieces its going to and watch???

  5. ???????. ??????? ?? …
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  6. exactly. I don’t …
    exactly. I don’t see a huge difference between this and the other dozens of online chess sites, except? being 3D and having to purchase the equipment.

  7. Playing chess long …
    Playing chess long distance… does everything need? an extremely important practical purpose?

  8. You have the full …
    You have the full power of C… how is that beginner shit? If you can’t code it doesn’t matter whether? you use AVR studio or the arduino “IDE.”

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