The first 3D Printed Racing Game, Smartphone-driven and Arduino-compatible
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3DRacers PilotBoard

The first 3D Printed Racing Game, Smartphone-driven and Arduino-compatible

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The Game

  • Race with your friends (up to 1000 players)
  • Drive with the Android/Iphone app or the 3D printed remote
  • Watch real time score boards and lap times: each car has a sensor that detect specially designed gates.
  • Re-program the Arduino core inside each car to unlock new features from the community

More info on: 3DRacers website

Follow us on Twitter: @3dracers and on our community forum.

Author: Marco D'Alia @madarco

The Arduino code

If you purchased a 3Racers Pilot, you'll find it already programmed with the standard RacerOS code (Arduino-compatible).

However, if you created your own 3DRacers Pilot variation, or you want to modify the Arduino code, go to the

Lib3DRacers repository and download the code from there.

The proto shield

3DRacers Pilot boards support shields, like a standard Arduino. The proto shield is the simpliest shield, that allows soldering of trought-hole components or connectors, but you can use the Eagle file as a template to create your own shield.

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Development

Want to contribute? Great!

Just fork this repo or create an issue. Also, follow the community forum

License

Creative Commons Share-Alike 4.0

Open Hardware, Hell Yeah!