It’s a lot of fun to play virtual pinball on an iPad! My favorite game is Pinball Arcade which features excellent physics and a huge host of classic table reproductions, from “Aadams Family Pinball” to “Theatre of Magic” and more. But, playing with the virtual, screen-tapping controls isn’t as satisfying as hitting real flipper buttons. Let’s solve that!
This Mini Pinball Table is pretty straightforward to build, using slotted aluminum extrusion and hardware. And, the circuit to make it all go is really easy to make — it requires no soldering, just plug wires and clip alligator clips to the buttons and a Gemma M0 microcontroller, which takes care of the rest!”


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