Pixels Dice are more than a few LEDs inside that light up with any movement. Each die is packed with tons of electronic components to make them the smartest game dice available.
The LEDs bring light, patterns, and 16 million colors to your dice, lighting up your tabletop games in a whole new way!
The accelerometer detects when a die is picked up, rolled, when it stops, and what face is up when it lands. This data is transmitted through the microcontroller and Bluetooth antenna to the app or connected platform to share roll results. It is also used by the microcontroller to play certain light colors, patterns, or sounds based on the roll.
The Bluetooth antenna is responsible for transmitting data to and from the dice.
The microcontroller serves as the “brain” of each die, telling all other components what to do. It processes the roll result information and determines how to light up the LEDs or send the information over bluetooth.
The Hall Effect Sensor is positioned on a face opposite the wireless charging coil so it can be positioned under the magnet in a charging case lid. The magnet activates the sensor which puts the die in a sleep state.