DIY gaming devices are becoming a thing. They come with classic games that you can play but teach you a thing or two as you assemble them. Take Creoqode 2048 for example: it is a DIY open source game console that complies with Arduino’s hardware standards. It has 2048 LED chips and a Creoqode Mini Mega development board.
Users will be able to use this device with Arduino IDE. It lets users create their own video games and add additional sensors. The Creoqode 2048 can be turned into a music visualizer or remote control for dornes.