The LiveLight Project: open source ambilight solution

Posted on Thursday, December 15th, 2011 in code, DIY, LEDs, open source by the machinegeek
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2 Responses to “The LiveLight Project: open source ambilight solution”

  1. dext3r says:

    very slick! i laughed at the video’s boasting of component numbers…..

    57 resistors! 10 capacitors! yowza!!!! :D

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