Project 2 out of 18
How good is your memory? Program patterns of LEDs to yield a sequence that you’ll repeat back.Order Now
Build and program a game that generates random sequences of colors and makes you repeat the sequences in order from memory. Make a slightly more intricate circuit than in Project #1, building on the skills you’ve already learned. Then, write the code that will tell the hardware what to do. After you’ve completed building the game and beaten all ten levels, move on to the challenge exercises. These make the Memory Game more difficult and make you put the skills you’ve learned into practice.
What you'll receive in the Memory Game project kit:
Red LEDs (2)
Green LEDs (2)
Blue LEDs (2)
Yellow LEDs (2)
Button Caps (4)
2W, 220 Ohm Resistor (5)
1/4W, 220 Ohm Resistor (4)
UNO R3 (Arduino Compatible
USB Data cable
Male-Male Jumper Wires (16, 4 Extra)
Advance your understanding of electronics, circuitry, and programming while you build a Memory Game.
Electronic Components. An introduction to new hardware such as buttons and piezo buzzers. See how they function in the project.
Circuitry. Add the new hardware to the breadboard and learn how to connect it properly.
Programming Learn about variables, tone function, modes, and arrays while writing this program. Be able to troubleshoot any issues with your code.
Arrays & Functions
Build the Memory Game, program it to run and then put your understanding of the concepts to the test with challenges that encourage you to problem solve. You will: