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conway-game-of-life

(yet another) implementation of the famous automaton, but this time done in Haskell on a RaspberryPi and displayed on a big 25x25 LED board.

See it in action: https://trandi.wordpress.com/2018/05/22/game-of-life-on-a-raspberry-pi-and-a-led-board-in-haskell/

Do note that this uses I2C for communicating between the Raspberry Pi and the Peggy2 board (for more details see https://trandi.wordpress.com/2016/09/09/electronic-art/ as it's the same hardware used) for which the HPi (https://github.com/WJWH/HPi) Haskelly module is used, which in turn depends on the bcm2835 C library being installed (http://airspayce.com/mikem/bcm2835/index.html).

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