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The Tesseract build, Part II

Posted on Monday, December 30th, 2013 in LEDs by DP

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Kevin Rye posted an update on his Tesseract, we wrote about it previously.

With the software and hardware for the Tesseract complete, it was time to wrap up the enclosure.

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One Response to “The Tesseract build, Part II”

  1. Tom P. says:

    It looks good! I reckon you were right to go for the mellow fading.

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