Posts Tagged ‘minimatrix’

Inside Minimatrix

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

[embed][/embed] In this video Nick Johnson demonstrates his tiny Minimatrix project and wrote a detailed explanation describing the build: While minimatrix is in principle a pretty simple device, there’s a surprising amount of detail that goes into getting it right - and some interesting lessons to be learned in designing...

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Minimatrix: A small and simple self-powered LED matrix

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Nickjohnson posted his minimatrix project in the forum. It's AVR powered 8x8 LED matrix, with an IR sensor for communication. It has just 8 parts in its BoM: A one-color 3cm LED matrix, an ATTiny2313/4313 to power and drive it, an 8-way resistor network, a battery holder, and two decoupling...

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