Skip to content
Simon Game for angular2-iot
Branch: master
Clone or download
urish Merge pull request #8 from ladyleet/fix-jasmine-dependency
fix the @types/jasmine devdependency from ^2.2.30 to 2.5.41
Latest commit ad520e5 Feb 19, 2017
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
diagrams
enclosure
pcb
raspi
src
.editorconfig
.gitignore
LICENSE
README.md
angular-cli.json
karma.conf.js
package.json
protractor.conf.js
tslint.json
webpack-build-iot.js

README.md

ng2-simon

A Universal Simon game written in Angular 2.

It runs on the web browser, on Arduino and also on the Raspberry PI using angular2-iot.

Learn how to works and how you can build your own version

Live Demo (browser)

Go to the online version

Running in a Web Browser

npm install
npm start

Then go to http://localhost:3000 in your browser.

Running on Raspberry Pi

Hardware Assembly

  1. Connect 4 push-buttons, one button between each of pins GPIO-13, GPIO-26, GPIO-16, GPIO-21 and the ground
  2. Connect 4 colored LEDs, one LED between each of pins GPIO-6, GPIO-19, GPIO-12, GPIO-20 and the ground. It is also recommended to add a 100ohm current limiting resistor in series with each LED.
  3. Connect a speaker to the Raspberry PI audio jack
  4. Optionally, connect a Serial 7-Segment Display to the I2C pins of the Raspberry Pi: connect GPIO-2 to SDL and GPIO-3 to SCL

Simon on Raspberry Pi Hardware Diagram

Running the game

Run the following command on the Raspberry pi terminal / console:

  1. Make sure you have the sox and mpg123 packages installed: sudo apt-get install sox mpg123
  2. Build the project using npm run build:iot
  3. Run it using sudo npm run iot

Running on Arduino

Hardware Assembly

  1. Connect 4 push-buttons, one button between each of Arduino pins 2, 3, 4, 5 and the ground
  2. Connect 4 colored LEDs, one LED between each of Arduino pins 9, 10, 11, 12 and a current limiting resistor connected to the ground. 220ohm is a good value for the resistor.
  3. Optionally, connect a small speaker between pin 8 and the ground

Simon on Arduino Hardware Diagram

Running the game

  1. Connect the Arduino board to your computer
  2. Upload the StandardFirmata firmware firmware to your Arduino board
  3. Build the project using npm run build:iot
  4. Run it using npm run iot
You can’t perform that action at this time.