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HiTo get u in touch, we did some progress, we are closed to finish wood work. Leds & teensy are there but still waiting power supply from China ...
I get a couple of questions on your breadboard picture:* Voltage is 5V, all components works under 5V ?* Why the buzzer is plugged on the wifi module (and not directly bound to the tensy)* What is the component V-REG ?* The switch in the middle is gonna switch off/on only the wifi ?* Why using a Tensy (looks like it required special IDE) ? Is there a chance to work with any other arduino ?* Last but not least: should it be possible to catch sound through a mic (I though at equalizer capabilities) ?RegardsChristophe
Many thanksI know what to do this winter ;-)I'll keep you in touch if we success or if we need some additional help but it sounds pretty clear.Christophe
Amazing ! This is really nice, congrats !I thing I'll try it with my son.Wood working and coding is not a pb for me but i'm a newbie for the electronic part.Is it possible to get some additional pictures on LEDs connection (Do you use connector clip, welding, ...)finally if you could provide some ebay / amazon link for electronics parts (arduino, buz, ...) I'm able to do some search on internet but as it's my first try I'm afraid to buy a lot of wrong items before success :(ThxChristophe
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