MrTrick made a star map: Now that Christmas is over, most of us have gone back to work, and the decorations are being packed away, the fake Christmas tree is likely to use up the most space in storage, and you only use it once a year! It’s a shame to throw it away, but […]
This dice by Rickard Gunee is interesting because it uses one of the smallest microcontrollers, a 6-pin PIC10F200. With 4 GPIO it’s just one pin more than the voltage regulator. Using multiplexing it controls 4 strings of LEDs and even one input button. The whole project is open source and also available as kit.
chrmoe built this 8x8x8 Led Cube 3-dimensional LED display. Via Hack a Day!
MichaelZ spotted a commercial 3D LED cube. I saw this at a home construction materials show in Taiwan 3D LED cube thing In person they are very impressive. There are vertical strips of SMD LEDs and the light changes color. Amongst patterns they can sort of swirl around like a cloud or school of fish. […]
Andrejk uses an individually-controllable Christmas lights to indicate the presence of someone on his IM contact list. Via Hack a Day.
Deep Darc has successfully reverse engineered the operation of a 50-light set of GE multicolor Christmas lights. His work involved snooping the protocol used on the LEDs data bus line and exploration of the remote control unit, resulting in source code allowing control of the display of colors and patterns by an Attiny13A. Via Wonderhowto.
Evilmadscientist.com gives instructions on how to build a Hanukkah Menorah using an Attiny2313 and LEDs. Via Wonderhowto.com
RGB LED Tetris Game based on a NerdKit Microcontroller and some logic chips to drive the multiplexed display. Via Hacked Gadgets.
Get your spy on with this DIY laser listening device. It can be made from a few parts on a breadboard. Via the forum.