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Light Appliance – Remote controlled 32×32 RGB LED Matrix

Posted on Thursday, July 24th, 2014 in DIY, infrared by DP

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IR remote controlled light appliance application for the 32×32 RGB LED Matrix by Craig Lindley, that is available at Github:

My latest creation, the Light Appliance. This device displays various graphical routines (plasmas, fractals, etc.), animated GIFs, displays time, date and temperature, can be an open or closed sign for a business and a mood light. This is a quick demo to show what it can do

Check out the video after the break.

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One Response to “Light Appliance – Remote controlled 32×32 RGB LED Matrix”

  1. elsayed says:

    l was search for this subject
    thanks

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