I’m in the process of putting together a Batak Reaction Wall game for our Halloween party using a Pi and just wondering if you can help me on the components needed for it.
Each game session will last 30s and when you see a button light turn on… you hit it!
The goal is to hit as many lights as you can to try and beat the highest score.
At the moment I’m thinking of using the following parts:
- 12 x Large Arcade Button with LED - 60mm White | Adafruit ADA1192 | Core Electronics Australia (core-electronics.com.au)
- 2 x 7-Segment Display - 20mm (Blue) | Sparkfun COM-11408 | Core Electronics Australia (core-electronics.com.au) - one for score and one for timer
Will the Pi have enough power to run the LED arcade buttons? (FYI only one button will light up at a time) or do I need an external power supply for it? Do I also need resistors for the buttons?