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This is awesome!How hard would it be to add more LEDs and up the resolution with the same size table? (more lights, but smaller squares)
Awesome! Thanks for the quick reply.
I used to make PCB's and at the same time I was into B+W photography and developing my own film. I found by accident if I saved my OLD B+W developer I could put my circuit boards into a tray all at once and pour old developer on them, swish back and forth for a few minutes. The silver in the developer would silver plate all of the copper quite nicely. After you use up all of the silver in the developer then dispose of it properly.Make sure your PCB's are VERY clean before you do this. Rinse the boards thouroughly after they are plated.
I like this! Thanks, got me thinkin again... LOL
Awesome! Great job!
This is so cool! Love it!
Excellent Instructable! Thank You for this! Very informative.
Nice one! A filter on the air intake and a solar powered fan would be a nice addition.
This Instructable Rocks! Thanks so much! I'm going to start on this right away. We just want to watch to see who comes to our door when we are gone. You made it simple!
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Nice project! Very nice workmanship too!Just one question, with no glue on the cherry wood and the grate held on by magnets, doesnt it vibrate some on the bass notes? Just wondered, Thanks!
Version one, version two, etc... with improvements on each one. That's great! I did save this one.
Another good source for boards like that is banggood.comSounds like it might be a porn site LOL, but it's not.
Thank You kind sir!
This is a really cool project! I live in Florida so I would use it to detect and photograph meteors. No northern lights here. LOL.I also wanted to ask if you have any plans available for your wooden clock? That's the project I would tackle first! I love horology.
I like this! You do nice work! Thanks!
Nice! Great info! Saving this one. Thanks!
I like this! Very nice! I think I can get an IBC for free just a couple miles from here. A place I used to work at.
Thanks for this Instructable! I wondered for a few years if this would even be practical. You've shown me that it is! I might try it out now.
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