8×8 RGB LED array with a Raspberry Pi

Posted on Thursday, February 26th, 2015 in LEDs, R-Pi by DP


Bob Davis has been working on an 8×8 RGB LED array with a Raspberry Pi project:

I have been working on a book of Raspberry Pi projects. One of the projects is an 8×8 three color LED array. I picked up some more of them on eBay lately and they had a different pin-out.
The MEU 8860 RGB pin-out as seen from above. I use Dx for the rows as Rx is used for Red.

Check out the video after the break.

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