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So, I was looking at the manual (while I was working on a project), when I noticed the GPIO setup.

I just had the idea that if anyone owned 2 GPIO-capable devices, then couldn't that allow for networking? Sure, that does have a few issues:

  • only 6 bits at a time (pCHIP has 6, but CHIP and RPI have 7)
  • only 2 devices can be connected

But couldn't that work? Maybe Pong could work, as well as turn-based games.
If anyone has access to 2 of these devices, hopefully you can help me (I only have 1 RPI).

P#35173 2017-01-07 15:00 ( Edited 2017-01-07 20:00)

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