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Yes, but use gremdls code its easy to follow. For changing the wording and adding phrases
Stranger Things Interactive Wall Art
https://www.instructables.com/id/Soldering-LED-Stri...this is the way i did it (and looks like the way markc did it). minus the alligator clips. go slow, use hot glue (sparingly its a pain to remove) to hold the wires down if they keep popping out. i also used an exacto knife blade back to hold the wire down long enough after removal of the iron, to keep it from popping up. (instead of the hot glue. or use both) look at my posts earlier to see what not to do with hot glue.
I'm getting the debug info but nothing happens with the switch. I got it stuck on flicker a few times trying stuff with the code. still no luck.
Also my take on the front. Pre letters, not sure how I want them yet.
http://pastie.org/private/5cb0hhwe5hxjwwhmrlcqHope that URL works. pics (dont judge me lol):
Hi Gremdel.I am having some issues I think its with the code, but it may well be the arduino. All the lightsstart flashing after I upload the data to arduino, it starts spelling something out then starts flashing again. the button does nothing noticeable. I have the button connected to D4 and ground. and the signal wire(? the second set of solder points on the lights) connected to D6and started with LED A. I ohm tested all of them and nothing is shorting. (+5v, Grnd, and data) any pointers would be appreciated. thanks in advance.
#define PIN(2) and PIN_Switch (a3) yes. However the switch threw errors. (i'm not at the device to give you the exact code.) However switch would only take a 6 for the switch which i'm assuming is the issue now that i'm revisiting it. (i tried both scripts)
What did you use to cut the lights? They look like the ones I got. Also for the code you have 0 as z so for your arduino is it connected to z first or a?
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