pypong-clock /

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pypong-clock
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Use a Raspberry Pi, (or any computer) to make a clock that plays pong. 

Every minute, on the minute the right player scores a point. Every hour, on the hour, the game restarts and the left
player quickly scores points equal to the current hour. 


This code lives here:
https://bitbucket.org/donclark/pypong-clock

A video of the clock in action is here:
http://youtu.be/c4_0Fo_beaU

Be sure to look at the Wiki if you're having problems using PyGame with your Rpi on the composite out:
https://bitbucket.org/donclark/pypong-clock/wiki/Home

--- Setup ---

1. Install the latest version of Raspian to your Pi. Be sure to set locale and timezone in raspi-config!
2. Configure your display 
3. Some other stuff

---Running---
1. Download the code to your RPi.
2. Execute the command Python pypong-clock.py


Copyright 2013 Don Clark - donclark@gmail.com
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