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Make a Massive 4096 LED Display for Retro Pixel Art
RGB LED STRIP COLOR ORGAN (WITHOUT MICROCONTROLLER)
DIY 130 inch edgeless screen with Ambilight by Teensy 3.2+WS2801
500 LED-Pixel RGB-Brick
Automated Plant Watering System
Light-Up Disco Table
So i finished up this project months ago, but out of the blue my circuit is no longer working. The circuit is powering up the LED strip, but remains on a a white color. The chip that i am using is in the same condition as when i bought it. I have noticed that the transistors get very hot when the power supply is added to the circuit. I have tried replacing the transistors with new ones and i they still begin to heat up. Any help would be awesome.
John Cage's Solo Piano as Form
Acrylic sheet RGB glowing Weather station with indoor/outdoor/forecast using ESP8266
This is awesome! I definitely want to give this a try. Has anyone attempted to do this through windows rather than Mac? Also, where are you hiding the projector?
Instant Wallpaper Generator
An LED panel controlled by your guitar! (or other audio source)
Acrylic record jukebox
Awesome. After looking at my Redboard again, i did find the 3rd ground pin so i should be ready to go. Thanks for the help!
Blinking LEDs to the Frequency of Music
Thanks for the heads up, i'm about to start this project up as well. I do have a quick question concerning the two separate grounds. On both the Arduino Redboard and the Arduino R3 there are two ports that can be used for ground. Are you saying that i should be using one of those ports for the MSGEQ7 and the other port for the MOSFET? If so, will it matter which port i use to ground the Audio Jack?
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