That’s kind of the problem, it’s too difficult for a lot of people.
It’s doable, but it’s quite a bit of effort.
I have no clue what a ‘major’ is but I’m also mostly self-taught.
I hadn’t heard of this. It’s quite strange.
It reminds me of a circuit diagram.I like the old-fashioned UI though.
As I said before, you need a computer of some kind in between two Arduboys to allow them to communicate.
USB requires one host device and one non-host device, and the Arduboy can’t be a host.
Figuring out what the ‘messages’ should say is difficult.
Getting something simple working isn’t too hard,
but there’s lots of things that complicate it:
- Trying to prevent cheating
- Making the protocol future-proof
- Detecting when a device has disconnected accidentally requires some kind of mechanism
- Making sure data doesn’t get lost if someone disconnects and rejoins
- Possibly detecting communication errors (depends how stable serial is)