Remote Controlled Led Dice





Introduction: Remote Controlled Led Dice

I've always wanted to build an electronic led dice, but something different from what we see on the internet. Making it motion controlled... now that's new! I make remote controlled led dice please share with every one and like my projects

Step 1: Tools

1. soldering iron with stand
2. veroboard cutting tools
3. drill machine
4. helping hand

Step 2: Parts

1. 10mm led (7)
2. vero board (3 piece 15*16 dots)
3. 10k ohm (1)
4. pic12f629
5. 8 pin ic socket
6. slide switch
7. charging socket
8. soldering wire
9. some wires
10. 3.7volt lithium ion battery
11. speaker
12. ir led
13. remote controll
14. some screw and nuts

Step 3:

Step 4: Schematics and Code

Step 5: Dice Show

Step 6: Dice With Remote

Step 7: Video of Dice



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    Two things:

    When you say "ir LED", do you actually mean "IR phototransistor"?


    Will it work with any button of any remote?

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    No.1 ir led mean ir receiver
    No.2 yes it will work with any remote button

    OK, it's just that you used the symbol for a photodiode.

    yes u right

    sir u like my project


    Hallo, I've maked ur dice and have problems wity Number 2, never display the 2, the rest of the circuit performs well. Some sugestion ?

    its great it works as its suppose to,but please can you tell me the software you used to make the schematic?thanks in advance.

    Can you post the .asm ?

    I want to program PIC12F629 with readymade .hex code. Which programmer should I use? I would like to know the best and cheapest programmer available. I bought PICKIT2 clone from India but I had very bad experience with it. I couldn't program with it.
    Can you please suggest me good programmer?

    Now I am actually more confused:
    Yr schematics show a photosensitive LED
    An 'IR receiver' is very general, could be many things, even the specialised remote control IR receivers that have 3 pins.

    So, could it be that what you mean is: "an IR sensitive photodiode"?

    regardless, nice project. Maybe I'll do something like that with an attiny (no experience with PIC's)

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    yes it also called IR sensitive photodiode u can use any remote

    ' a photosensitive LED' ofcourse is not what I meant, I meant '... shows a photosensitive diode'