I managed to pick up a PCB for the shield needed to build a PIN2DMD, which although it is primarily for virtual pinballs, it works in real ones and supports features such as colour files to liven up the graphics on the DMD

I bought all of the parts needed to assemble it, but, due to the chip shortage, could not get hold of a Nucleo, which is the component that drives it all.

I recently managed to get one from ebay, so have finally completed the build!

First power up of PIN2DMD. Yes, I know it is upside down!

So, next is to sort out the mounting bracket and source a PSU for it but I am planning to put it into my Lord of the Rings pinball and get that running in full colour.

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