Minecraft cube

Posted on Wednesday, March 27th, 2013 in DIY, hacks by DP


Ryandiver shared his minecraft cube project in the forum:

After my flowers went down a treat on Valentines Day I decided that I needed another project. A friends birthday is in April, so I figured that would be enough time to build something. While reading my usual news stuff I came across this and thought it looked cool. But I wanted to go one better, using RGB LEDs to change the color of the cube! Then I decided to attempt one better and make it android controllable.

Via the forum.

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3 Responses to “Minecraft cube”

  1. Erik de Wit says:

    Nice, next step is 16×16 x6 sides LED matrix which has pattern change?

  2. Kerstin says:

    Wonderful or like wie say in Germany: Hammer!

  3. Aliyah says:

    Woah that looks awsome OP man OP im mined blowed

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