Posts Tagged ‘RGB LED matrix’

A FPGA controlled RGB LED MATRIX for Incredible Effects – the Hardware

Friday, February 10th, 2017

[embed][/embed] Boris Landoni from Open Electronics writes: In this post you will find  the description of a graphic display that uses a modular solution based on dot matrix blocks (in which each dot is a RGB LED), that are driven – via a specific bus – by a very powerful...

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10×5 RGB LED Matrix with only 5 IO pins

Monday, April 27th, 2015

Here's an instructable on LED Matrix with custom code/software by Ole_L: This is the software which you need: -Arduino -Processing Flash the software to your Arduino and open the processing project with... Processing! Now you should change the line "String portName = "/dev/ttyACM~";" to your Serial port, on WINDOWS "String portName...

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ReCoMonB – Real Computer Monitoring Block

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Ivan Creations made this ReCoMonB (Real Computer Monitoring Block) and wrote a detailed explanation on his blog describing the build: I managed to de-virtualize the CPU/MEM/HDD/NET stats and now I have them physically represented on my desk. The device that does that is named ReCoMonB - Real Computer Monitoring Block....

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24×30 RGB LED matrix

Friday, January 18th, 2013

[embed]![/embed] Madox is designing a RGB LED matrix consisting of 30 addressable RGB LED strips with 24 LEDs each. The LEDs are controlled through the Teensy 3.0 Arduino board over an I2C interface. The project is a LED lamp that will be mounted on the wall.  It comprises of 24...

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