Introduction: LED-Follower

Make a fun, glowing LED-Follower which looks amazing. Super easy project for all ages.

Step 1: Materials

An Arduino Uno

Bread Board

Jump Wires

LED's

USB Data cable

Step 2: Connections

Connect all the negative terminal of the LED's to ground on the Arduino. Connect the individual positive terminals to each digital pin holder on the Arduino.

Step 3: Re-check

Re-check all the connections. Connect the data cable to the Arduino and start typing the codes. Assign the positive terminals as digitalWrite for all the LED's and set a delay time between them . Upload the codes to the board.

Step 4: Power Up!

Connect the USB cable and enjoy the lighting.

Comments

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DIY Hacks and How Tos (author)2015-06-06

Cool project. Could you include a copy of the code.

author

void setup() {

pinMode(0,OUTPUT);

pinMode(1,OUTPUT);

pinMode(2,OUTPUT);

pinMode(3,OUTPUT);

pinMode(4,OUTPUT);

pinMode(5,OUTPUT);

pinMode(6,OUTPUT);

pinMode(7,OUTPUT);

pinMode(8,OUTPUT);

pinMode(9,OUTPUT);

pinMode(10,OUTPUT);

pinMode(11,OUTPUT);

}

void loop() {

digitalWrite(0, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(0,LOW);

digitalWrite(1, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(1,LOW);

digitalWrite(2, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(2,LOW);

digitalWrite(3, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(3,LOW);

digitalWrite(4, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(4,LOW);

digitalWrite(5, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(5,LOW);

digitalWrite(6, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(6,LOW);

digitalWrite(7, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(7,LOW);

digitalWrite(8, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(8,LOW);

digitalWrite(9, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(9,LOW);

digitalWrite(10, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(10, LOW);

digitalWrite(11, HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(11,LOW);

}

author

Thanks

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