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BlueMatrix – Bluetooth controlled LED matrix

Posted on Monday, May 19th, 2014 in Android, Arduino, LEDs, wireless by the machinegeek


Luca Dentella has published his latest project: BlueMatrix.

It’s a portable LED matrix display based on Arduino Uno, powered by a Lipo battery and connected via Bluetooth to a personal computer or an Android smartphone. I’ve also developed the controlling app for Android, available on Google’s PlayStore.

All the schematics, source files, inkscape files for the enclosure etc., are available on my blog and in my GitHub repository.

Via the contact form.

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  1. purrab says:

    how did you make the blue matrix project!!!!
    pls help me!!!???

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