Glass Block LED Matrix, controlled outdoors via tablet

Posted on Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 in Android, Arduino by DP

Here is a video from Hive 13 that shows how an Android tablet is used to control a glass block LED matrix via a wireless connection. After installing a LED matrix behind a glass block wall in their bathroom, hackers at Hive 13 are figuring out a way to control them. After some initial struggles they came up with Wireless control of the matrix with a Android or IOS enabled device.

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One Response to “Glass Block LED Matrix, controlled outdoors via tablet”

  1. michael says:

    get tetris happening on that :)

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