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Control panel toy with Stellaris LaunchPad

Posted on Monday, January 14th, 2013 in project logs by DP

2012-12-31-22-37-25

Tom designed this mock up of a control panel for his kid’s 3rd birthday. It has 26 LEDs, a joystick, 3 buttons, and 2 switches. A Stellaris LaunchPad is used to control the LEDs depending on what user interface options are pressed, moved, or switched.

Via the forum. Happy birthday Oscar.

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  1. Seems that the Stellaris Launchpad (LM4F based) is discontinued and replaced with a new Tiva C M4 controller based Launchpad?

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