After making a 8X10 matrix a lot of people asked me about expanding the matrix to some thing bigger, and some wanted to write stuff to the matrix via a PC, so one day I looked at a pile of LEDs that I had leftover from a LED cube projected and I decided to make a bigger matrix with all the things people wanted.
So what are you waiting for? Get those LEDs out and heat up your soldering iron because we are about to make a 24X6 LED matrix!
Make a 24X6 LED matrix – [Link]
Create your own Super Bright LED-lined sneakers that blink with multiple patterns.
Super Brite LED Snakers 1.0 – [Link]
Yes, I know this has been done before, but I wanted to build my own, using as few parts as possible. I built this as a table top or wall mount model, but it can be scaled up to make a coffee table. I built it as a study for a more ambitious project, which will be an 8×8 RGB coffee table. In designing this project, I wanted to keep the part count and cost as low as possible, and also to design the software for speed and minimal memory usage.
Yet Another Daft Punk Coffee Table/Display – [Link]
A quick Electronic Design I did for my girlfriend this Valentines Day, 2010. It’s just a real simple multivibrator circuit, with the Q and !Q lines fed to a couple of output FETs. [via]
Valentines Day LED Heart Project – [Link]
The LED cube 4x4x4 has the atmega32 controller and uses POV multiplexing to switch the 64 LEDS. A total of 16 transistors are used to switch on the Led columns and then another total of 4 lines to switch on or off the ground layer. So a total of 16+4 = 20 lines are needed to make the LED cube 4x4x4 work. It is important that the 4 ground layers are switched between them to switch one layer at a time and the switch the desired led’s on the particular layer.
Led Cube 4x4x4 - [Link]
Take a dollar-store “flickering” LED candle, add an AVR ATtiny13 and a little code, and you get an LED candle that looks almost real.
Flickering LED Candle – [Link]
This project is another flickering LED candle based on Tiny45 AVR Microcontroller.
YAFLC – Yet Another Flickering LED Candle – [Link]