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This project aims to produce a Q-zar (popular indoor laser-tag game with many features) open source clone. Features will be the same of commercial Q-zar products from MENO electronics with some new feactures and improved GUI and game styles.
The micro-Ants are small, cheap, 8-bit devices which may outperform current home automation systems, thanks to their "swarm intelligence". This project aims at developing a micro-Ant hardware and firmware. Join and develop with us this new technology!