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This is my first instructable with electronics, I have made one on Website development though. I'm still trying to get the hang of creating instructables and working with ...
For this project I used an Arduino UNO but any microcontroller would work you would just have to tweak the code and the layout of the components. The ...
For this step you will need the Arduino, your LEDs, both types of resistors, buttons, and wire. Follow the instructions on the images for details on connections (You'll ...
I have the potentiometer on a separate breadboard but it could easily fit with the LEDs and buttons on a long breadboard. Again refer to the images for ...
The programming portion is fairly simple. It is a little bit confusing as of right now but I am working on cleaning it up to make it more ...
After having had the project on two breadboards I decided I would attempt at putting all of it onto a perf board. After many failed attempts, I finally ...
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