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Published on Sep 11, 2008
A circuit built from discrete circuit components and common IC's (opamps, timers, switches, logic, counters, 7-segment decoders) that plays Pong on an oscilloscope in XY mode. Players also get to move the paddles in both the X and Y direction for added strategy in gameplay. Features include wired controllers, stereo sound effects, controllable ball speed, controllable paddle size, score keeping, and two game modes: service and wall ball. We (1 EE, 2 CE's) designed and built this for our electronic circuits lab in 2006 at Columbia University. Hua Gao, Eric Zhang, Gilbert Hom, class of '07.