Since childhood, I have always been fascinated by the game of Chess; even more when played in the digital medium. In my early days of engineering, I often wondered how one would go about writing the engine code for the game when played on the computer. It seemed such a daunting task to me at that time. You would have to program in such a way so as to recount for every possibility imaginable.
This is my attempt at completing that daunting task. The Chess engine here is running on an Arduino Mega board and I am using an ST7920 GLCD for display purposes. I have also used a few push buttons for navigating through the internal menu of the software.
If you want to learn to programme on Arduino Boards, please go through my Arduino Beginner’s Tutorial series here.
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- Boards and Programmer, Breadboards
830 Point Breadboard for solderless prototyping
- Type: solderless
- Points: 830
- Brand: GL-12,
- Size: 175X67X8mm,
- Package Contain: 1 Piece of brand new 830 points breadboard
- 128 Group of 5 Connected Terminals,
- 8 Bus of 25 Connected Terminals
- Colour: White
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