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Here are the parts you will need to have this accomplished, where to find them, and what you will need out of them: -Arduino UNO, MEGA, or DUO ...
You will now start by taking the LED lights and separating them by color (10 of each). Before we advance, I want to inform you of the difference ...
Now one of the more difficult parts: Adding the LED in the center. In the middle, Each numerical row is one circuit. Each LED will take up two ...
Please look at the different figures of the breadboard to figure out how the wires go. Green wire is long and the rest are short
Pay CLOSE attention to the positive wire placement. They will be overlapping the LEDs and others but just pay attention where they plug in. They will all be ...
Now you will need to plug your Arduino into the USB cable coming from your computer. You will need one to communicate with your Arduino for any project. ...
Press the little reset button and watch your show dance the night away! If there is a problem that you cannot figure out, message me and I'll be ...
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