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A LED Matrix mask built on AVR ATmega8

Posted on Friday, January 3rd, 2014 in AVR, LEDs by DP

Davide Gironi  blogged about his LED matrix mask built on AVR ATmega8:

avr_mask1 wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!  AVR Mask1 is a led mask built around 74hc595 shift register and 8×8 led matrix, running on an ATMega8 microcontroller.

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One Response to “A LED Matrix mask built on AVR ATmega8”

  1. eynali says:

    This is Attractive .

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