Gamer uses Lego and Arduino board to farm in free-to-play game





An Englishman has a system built from Lego Technic and a small controller that the free-to-play iPad game Jurassic Park for him: Builder plays. The device he earns the maximum amount of in-game money without paying. Upon before

Uli Kilian, a maker of 3D animations from London, invented the system because he was too busy with his work and caring for his son. “I had never made. Anything in the real world 3D models only,” said he to Wired. The device works with a number of wheels and an arm made of Lego Technic. At the end of that arm is a “finger”, wrapped in aluminum foil that is connected to earth. Terminal of the mechanism As a result, believes the touchscreen of the iPad that it is a real finger. “I have eight years since I had not played with Lego. With Lego Technic I’ve never ever played,” said Kilian.

Connected to the Lego mechanism is an Arduino board and a Windows laptop. These ensure that the iPad shifts so that at the right time is tapped on the screen. Properly dinosaur The flip-cycle lasts exactly five minutes. For this application has already been Kilian dinosaurs put on a list so that the finger can easily reach. With this system, he deserves the greatest possible amount of in-game money without having to do down there to count real money.


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