Build a Jeopardy-like Game Show Buzzer with a Circuit Playground Bluefruit!

The first player to press their buzzer will illuminate the Host controller with the color of the buzzer handle!

You can even enable Bluetooth button presses to a computer or mobile device!

The code is written in CircuitPython, so it's easy to change the sound effects, colors and button presses! 


Components are housed in the Host Case with access to the USB port.


3D Printed

The parts are 3D Printed with an easy to assemble snap fit parts and print with minimal supports.

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This guide was first published on Jun 22, 2021. It was last updated on 2021-06-22 16:57:35 -0400.

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