What are these lights coming from the hood/bonnet of the Mini?

In this video (it's really short), near the end, the Mini is driving through the woods with dancing horses projected onto the trees from what look like lazer lights on the hood of the car. What are these lights? Can I get them? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6R_D4V-Ns3Y

Posted by Ninzerbean 5 years ago

Is it possible to make a burning lazer gun and how?

I want to make a burning lazer gun that lets out a burst of lazer. I want it to  at least light a match.

Asked by Jewson 6 years ago

i have 2 4x zoom scopes on my lazer tag guns does anyone know of anything better i could do

My air-soft guns don't need it and i don't have any BB or real guns.

Asked by modaawesome 6 years ago

lazer following display help

I was wondering if it is possible to have an icon or marker show on a screen where you are pointing, as a screen displaying a camera feed and an icon to show where it is pointing. My initial idea is to use a laser pointer and an icon to show on the screen where it points by using the colour of the pointer.  I simply wish to see if its possible in one way or another and what methods there are. (not sure I am phrasing it right so apologies if I need to clarify it further) thank you for any information you can you can give me

Posted by cursedzeba 5 months ago

Using a plot leveling lazer to turn on a light? Answered

I have an uncle who want to make a light that will turn on when a senser come in parallel with a 360 degree plot level. to be attached to some heavy equipment to allow him to grade some property. any help? he was trying to avoid using a processer or computer, but whatever it takes to due it.

Asked by red9er 6 years ago

Would it be possible to make a projector withthe rgb spectrum lazers? Answered

With the new Blue "lazers", how could you make a projector?  It would be very neat.  the trouble would be the lazers colors go all over the screen so...  Well thanks in Advance, Hope we invent a new technology!

Asked by mdgnys 8 years ago

hello i have a lazer from a dvd player (dl3ch) can i do something with this one or......... no???

Hello i have a lazer from a dvd player (dl3ch) can i do something with this one or......... no???

Asked by kasmix 7 years ago

USB pic Programmer?

Ok guys so heres the deal i need a good and cheap schematics for a USB pic Programmer ive had some experience with schematics but i must admit its been a while my ultimate goal is to build a cheap good set of lazer tag thanks ps PIC18F2525 is the chip im trying to program

Asked by nimbian 8 years ago

How do you extract a CD burner diode from inside the case?

This is for the popular burning laser project. Doe's anyone know an easy way to get the light out? Thanks in advance

Asked by Jojo007407 9 years ago

How do I know if I need laser googles for my laser? Answered

How do I know if I need laser googles for my laser? From what MW is it recommended to use laser safety googles? Are there goggles that fit specifically for a color of a laser? My laser is a 50MW Green laser Thanks in advance :) This is the laser: http://www.ebay.com/itm/12mm-10mw-30mw-50mw-100mw-200mw-532nm-green-dot-laser-module-driver-spring-wire/311028329241?hash=item486abbab19

Asked by Yonatan24 2 years ago

hooking up a 9-volt battery to a lazer pointer

Have you ever had a lazer pointer that was really fun, but then ran out of batteries? those little replacement batteries are hard to find. while I was supprised there weren't any instructables on this, I'll be posting one soon. I know how to use a 9-volt battery to power the lazer pointer again. this fuel cell is easy to find, and easy to work with. comments? are you interested?

Posted by mexx.admin 11 years ago

yesterday i plugged in power to a circuit and smoke came from it. how do i fix this? Answered

I believe it was a voltage regulator that smoked i think? its really important too!

Asked by Jake Morton 8 years ago

type of lazer engraver? Answered

I have a cheape one from gearbest. A5 running benbox soft ware is it possible to do the same things with it. and is there a place to get the right settings to cut with.

Asked by waynegu 1 year ago

Tiger Electronics LAZERTAG gun to PC port??

I have recently disassembled an old laser tag gun I have had for a long time. I am hoping to possibly turn it into an interface for my PC. Using the infrared LEDS It could likely be tracked with an Infrared filter webcam. The other key things are the Buttons. It's a more advanced laser tag gun in that it contains it's own LCD, multiple buttons for controlling options, No wearable pack, and confusing circuity with several microprocessors. I hope to connect it in some way that may allow the LCD to be used with something like LCD Studio, and the buttons be able to be mapped to keys. Is there any way to do this? 

Asked by Lyokoking99 7 years ago

I can not enter the arduino contest

I want to enter the arduino content with an instructable made on 14/03/2014 but it said I am not eligible. So, am I ? https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-3-axis-Mini-Lazer-Paper-Cutter/

Posted by kokpat 4 years ago

Is there another way to make pcbs without copper board, lazer printers, or acid? Answered

I need to bulid a PCB but dont have time to buy equipment also it is going to be a one off build so I also dont want to buy anything expensave. I have strip board but getting what I want to make small is very hard. Is there a way to build pcbs with household items?

Asked by David97 6 years ago

Want more power! I have a several of late '80's World of Wonder "Lazer Tag" pistols, target sensors plus the rifle.

I know they operate in the IR area, but ever since I bought them, back in the day, I always wanted to modify them,amp the power, make the beam visible etc.  I am a noob here so any help would be great!  I love these things.  Thanks!

Asked by Dreikatzen 6 years ago

hologram technology

Holograms are the most popular sci-fi device ever thought up but no one has made a actual entity that can stand in front of you. hologram progectorsfit in pockets in movies why don't they have them now. the closest thing i could find was a video; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLa1rdfu6Bg my idea was to have multicoler lazer diodes that target dust particals in the air and reflect off of them to create an image or perhaps millions of nonobots that position themselves in the air obove the projecter for a more precice image. what do you think?

Posted by DehLeprechaun 7 years ago

A Town Called Eureka Themed Instructables!

Hi there! I'm new here, but I've always thought (whilst lurking about) that some Town Called Eureka themed Instructables would be good!Some starter ideas...Crazy sonic cannonsLittle portable cookersGreen transportHover-anything!Super sci-fi pocket tools - Lazer saws ectAssistive technologies like super souped-up wheelchairsIf you have any ideas, share them here!Paradox Detected.

Posted by paradoxdetected 8 years ago

Blu ray player not playing DVD?

Hi  everyone. I have a Samsung 5.1ch 3D Blu-ray Home Theatre System - HTE3550. It has worked fine and played dvd, blu ray, and CD with no issues. Recently It stopped playing DVD altogether, even with a brand new DVD. Looking around The only cause that I have heard about online is that the lazer is blown. Has anyone else got any ideas about what might be wrong, I'm stuck. I might give a laser cleaning disk a go.

Asked by David97 4 years ago

DIY Laser Tag System Cheap/Easy?

I would like to create a portable laser tag system. Somthing with targets on vests, and connected laser phaser, targets to shoot at, Basically something cheap, easy, and similar to the Lazer Runner Laser Tag System. In case you are not familiar with this, here is a link to their products: http://www.lazerrunner.com/Heres-What-You-Get.html or if you want the main page: http://www.lazerrunner.com/ I know that there are tutorials all over the internet, even here on Instructables, but I dont understand any of them, how to build it, or how it works. Or its too expensive. I want something that I can build for about $20 - $30 if parts are bought online, not somewhere like Radio Shack because I find projects such as this cost too much if EVERYTHING is bought there.

Asked by Tuckoguy 4 years ago

What are your top 5 Favorite Youtube Channels

Everyone has their favorite Youtube people, and heres my top 5 favorites. 5: Nigahiga- their the #1 most subscribed people on youtube but their not exactly my favorite, but their still funny 4: Dominic Fear- The creatror of the famous Lazer Collection Series, which consists of 3 Lazer Collection Videos. Doctor Octogonapus is one animated character i will never forget 3: SecretAgentBob- the creator of many famous youtube videos like- Charlie the Unicorn, Charlie the Unicorn 2, Charlie the Unicorn 3, Lamas in Hats, Lamas in Hats 2, and Ferrets. No chance this guy wudnt be on the list 2: Richalvarez- The creators of 2 awesome youtube series', Stupid Mario Bros and Youtube News, but Stupid Mario Bros is what they got famous for. Its a series about Mario and Luigi, along with many other Nintendo characters like Wario,Waluigi, Yoshi, Solid Snake, Ash Ketchum, Brock, Link, Donkey Kong, Ness, Otacon, plus some characters they made up like Shadow Mario, Nox Decious, FedEx, UPS, and more. It has 3 seasons, and 2 movies and a new video is coming soon called SMB Operation: Blindstorm. They have actors from a youtube channel called Randumb Productions. I definatly love this series 1: Smosh- Originally the #1 most subscribed on youtube and now #4. But they are #1 in my book. They are HILARIOUS! Some of my favorite videos by them are- the Pokemon Music Video, Crybaby, Food Battles 2006/ 7/, 8/ and 9, If Movies were real, if Video games were real, the Ian is bored series, and many, many, many more. They are without a doubt my #1 favorite So whos your top 5?

Posted by FFVIIBOY 8 years ago

Can you turn a NFC tag off? Answered

Seemingly stupid question, but I would like to know if there is some way to turn an NFC tag off. Basically, I'm helping a friend with a game of lazer tag he's trying to throw together with some scrap parts, and one of the ideas was a health pack. To try and balance things, we want the health pack to only work X amount of times, with a Y cooldown between uses. My original thought for this is to just stick a micro-controller inside the health pack that would control a NFC tag that can be turned off an on per parameters set on the controller. The person wanting to use the pack would just pick it up, and stick it to there chest to use it. Once used, the tag goes off for the cooldown.  Alternately, if there was some way to re-write the tag from an arduino or similar platform, that would work just as well (maybe even better!) thanks in advance! 

Asked by DoctorWoo 3 years ago

Help with a simple circuit

Heloo, I have hassled with this since last year. I have googled over 9000 times, yet I still remain confused, and unable to find a solution myself. I guess it's prime time to seek help from others. What I have: Lazer; 4,5 V, 150 mA 2x motor; 1,5 V, 250-300 mA 1x motor; 1V, 50 mA (vibrator motor from nokia phones, and it might work with less) The idea: I made a.. Thing.. that had 3 small motors ( the phone ones) that had mirrors on them and the lazer pointed at them, which eventually reached the wall and made made pretty stuff on it.. But that was a prototype, held together with tape, and now I have decided to make a better one. The V2 of it is held together with screws, has better mirrors (v1 had small fragments of an old hard drive disc), better motors, and looks nicer. If possible then I would like to be able to control the speed of the 2 bigger motors( to be able to create different images) The problem: EVERYTHING!!! I somehow managed to make the V1 without any resistors without burning anything out, so it only had switches and wires. That doesn't seem to be possible with the V2 that I have planned. I have read almost everything on the internet about it, but I can't make much sense of it, so I figured if someone was to show me how it's supposed be, I would understand a little more. Maybe even finish the project. What I want: HELP. You may try explaining what I need to do, but all the laws are sooo confusing. I will appreciate any and all posts, be they not on flames. But what I guess would help me the most, is if someone managed to show me exactly what components I need, and where to place them.

Posted by Mutad0r 7 years ago

What is the most affordable laser cutter for a beginner?

I really would love to try out laser cutting. ..But have no idea what knowledge it requires. I want to be able to design and cut custom wooden puzzle, laser cut fabric and also to cut felt and foam. I would like to start up a small home business. Keeping in mind that I have no clue what knowledge it requires and also know that I have 4 kids and will have to have this machine in my home. I do own a silhouette cameo but unfortunately it does not cut felt or wood. It’s a fun machine for cardstock and all…but nothing heavy duty. So is it safe to have a laser cutter at home with kids?? I mean will the light or whatever that comes off the machine be harmful for my children? Also how much is the cheapest desktop version? Will it be able to cut large fabric? Can it cut 0.5” or 0.75” hard wood?? Would that be pushing my luck?? Please let me know…so I can start saving up for it. I really really love crafting….but availability of items and affordability is a big issue. Thanks!

Posted by shazni 1 year ago

What resistors are needed on a DIY LED panel if the power source is changed from 9v DC battery to 12v DC transformer?

I have a "star mural" which consists of 6 white LED lights (to power the fiber optic "stars") and 4 red LED lights of the "lazer cannons" of a space ship. (Yes, I'm a Star Wars fan, OK?) Anyway, the mural is currently powered by a total of three 9 volt DC transistor batteries. Two of the batteries, each power 3 LED lights for the stars and one battery powers the 4 red LED lights. The white LEDs are wired in parallel, so they should be considered as follows: (One 9v DC battery powers three LEDs) x2. And as mentioned before, one 9v battery powers 4 red LEDs in parallel (with each set of 2 Red LEDs wired in series).  I've included photos of the resistors showing them up-close and from a distance, to see them in thier current wirring configuration. (see below) The best I can ssume the color code to be for the star LEDs is: Brown, Black, Orange, Gold -OR- Brown, Black Brown, Gold. For the Red LEDs it looks like: Brown, Green, Brown, Gold. So, If I change from a 9 DC volt battery, to a 12 DC volt (transformed from 110v AC) do I need to change the resistors currently in place? Sorry, if I am leaving out important information or not describing my situation clearly enough. I just don't want to fry my LEDs because I've over-powered them. Any help that can be offered would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Asked by Monster0 6 years ago

XBOX 360 Hard drive gaming - boot disk help

I have this idea, but i want to know if its possible I have a home network of 2 tvs and do just did my xbox 360 update that enables you to copy your games to your hdd. I want to play network in my house on 2 tvs. But only have one disk So with the new software update, you can copy the games on your hdd, but cant play without the disc in your drive. No i know you can force open the drive and do it that way..but in long term it cant be good for your machine. So, i know there is a code on each disc and it picks up that code saying the disk is in the drive. Now my question is...... I want to explore my disc, and copy that code, and put it on a flashdrive or dvd and insert it, so that my one machine will think its the disk becasue i copied it to it, and my other machine i can play the original from. please help if somone know how to get that code..thanx in advance I also tried manually opening the drive while the dis is loaded and the game is on, does not work, as soon as you open it the lazer starts reading the disk. I do not want to chip my box, so i thought maybe there is a pc way of grabbing that code or some files needed to read the disk as a security check, and burn it on to dvd, the question is just..which ones. Another Question: Why do i have on my new desktop only 2 topics..welcome and my xbox. Other people have so many other options. Yes i do not have live, but will this only visible when live is on? Further on..when i put my disc in the drive..i do not get a nice image as what is now currently in my tray...just a stupid cd and the name below it... how do those people get the say call of duty 4 logo ect on it

Posted by silver_shadow 9 years ago

Connect a Sketch Answered

This is a People counter, well hope to be if working.ha. Lazer across a doorway hitting a LDR. The 4 digit 7 seg display counting up 1 each time a person breaks the beam.  As of now i  have a counting sketch from the Sparkfun example. It is counting up 0 to 999 and at the same time i have an LDR reading to the serial monitor and blinking the LED on pin 13. But they are not "interacting". I am trying to get the beam breakes from the LDR to advance the count by 1 every time it is broken. In the loop function is the mills that was advancing the counting. I have changed it to   displayNumber(counter).  Among other things.But i haven't been successful in having the LDR advance the count. The sketch is still missing some "stuff". What could i change to have the counter advance by 1 every time the lazer beam is broken?    Thanks W /* 6-13-2011 Spark Fun Electronics 2011 Nathan Seidle This code is public domain but you buy me a beer if you use this and we meet someday (Beerware license). 4 digit 7 segment display: http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9483 Datasheet: http://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Components/LED/7-Segment/YSD-439AR6B-35.pdf This is an example of how to drive a 7 segment LED display from an ATmega without the use of current limiting resistors. This technique is very common but requires some knowledge of electronics - you do run the risk of dumping too much current through the segments and burning out parts of the display. If you use the stock code you should be ok, but be careful editing the brightness values. This code should work with all colors (red, blue, yellow, green) but the brightness will vary from one color to the next because the forward voltage drop of each color is different. This code was written and calibrated for the red color. This code will work with most Arduinos but you may want to re-route some of the pins. 7 segments 4 digits 1 colon = 12 pins required for full control */ #define ldrPin A2    // pin used for input (analog)    int digit1 = 11; //PWM Display pin 1 int digit2 = 10; //PWM Display pin 2 int digit3 = 9; //PWM Display pin 6 int digit4 = 6; //PWM Display pin 8 //Pin mapping from Arduino to the ATmega DIP28 if you need it //http://www.arduino.cc/en/Hacking/PinMapping //int ldrPin = A2; int segA = A1; //Display pin 14 int segB = 3; //Display pin 16 int segC = 4; //Display pin 13 int segD = 5; //Display pin 3 int segE = A0; //Display pin 5 int segF = 7; //Display pin 11 int segG = 8; //Display pin 15 int ldr_pinValue; int counter; int currState; int then; //int ldrpread; //int digit[4]; //int leftover; int LDR = A2;                                //analog pin to which LDR is connected, here we set it to 0 so it means A0 int LDRValue = 0;                    //that’s a variable to store LDR values int light_sensitivity = 500;  //This is the approx value of light surrounding your LDR //int digit_to_show = 0; int ldr_Pin = 0;  // LED status (0 = low, 1 = high) int inVal = 0;    // variable used to store state of input int switchOn = 725;   // value at which we switch LED on int switchOff = 550;  // value at which we switch LED off void setup() {         {     Serial.begin(9600);            //start the serial monitor with 9600 buad     pinMode(13, OUTPUT);     //we mostly use13 because there is already a built in yellow LED in arduino which shows output when 13 pin is enabled   }       pinMode(ldr_Pin, INPUT );    pinMode(segA, OUTPUT);   pinMode(segB, OUTPUT);   pinMode(segC, OUTPUT);   pinMode(segD, OUTPUT);   pinMode(segE, OUTPUT);   pinMode(segF, OUTPUT);   pinMode(segG, OUTPUT);   pinMode(digit1, OUTPUT);   pinMode(digit2, OUTPUT);   pinMode(digit3, OUTPUT);   pinMode(digit4, OUTPUT);     pinMode(13, OUTPUT); } void loop(){ {     LDRValue = analogRead(LDR);          //reads the ldr’s value through LDR which we have set to Analog input 0 “A0″     Serial.println(LDRValue);                  //prints the LDR values to serial monitor     delay(5);                                                //This is the speed by which LDR sends value to arduino     if (LDRValue       {         digitalWrite(13, HIGH);       }     else       {         digitalWrite(13, LOW); {    if (currState() >  300) then         currState = HIGH    } else     currState = LOW //endif if currState != prevState and currState == LOW then // LOW or HIGH depending on the circuit     counter++     prevState = currState endif      //long startTime = millis();   displayNumber(counter);     //while( (millis() - startTime)   //displayNumber(1217);   //}   //delay(1000);    } //Given a number, we display 10:22 //After running through the 4 numbers, the display is left turned off //Display brightness //Each digit is on for a certain amount of microseconds //Then it is off until we have reached a total of 20ms for the function call //Let's assume each digit is on for 1000us //Each digit is on for 1ms, there are 4 digits, so the display is off for 16ms. //That's a ratio of 1ms to 16ms or 6.25% on time (PWM). //Let's define a variable called brightness that varies from: //5000 blindingly bright (15.7mA current draw per digit) //2000 shockingly bright (11.4mA current draw per digit) //1000 pretty bright (5.9mA) //500 normal (3mA) //200 dim but readable (1.4mA) //50 dim but readable (0.56mA) //5 dim but readable (0.31mA) //1 dim but readable in dark (0.28mA) void displayNumber(int toDisplay) { #define DISPLAY_BRIGHTNESS  500 #define DIGIT_ON  HIGH #define DIGIT_OFF  LOW   long beginTime = millis();   for(int digit = 4 ; digit > 0 ; digit--) {     //Turn on a digit for a short amount of time     switch(digit) {     case 1:       digitalWrite(digit1, DIGIT_ON);       break;     case 2:       digitalWrite(digit2, DIGIT_ON);       break;     case 3:       digitalWrite(digit3, DIGIT_ON);       break;     case 4:       digitalWrite(digit4, DIGIT_ON);       break;     }     //Turn on the right segments for this digit     lightNumber(toDisplay % 10);     toDisplay /= 10;     delayMicroseconds(DISPLAY_BRIGHTNESS);     //Display digit for fraction of a second (1us to 5000us, 500 is pretty good)     //Turn off all segments     lightNumber(10);     //Turn off all digits     digitalWrite(digit1, DIGIT_OFF);     digitalWrite(digit2, DIGIT_OFF);     digitalWrite(digit3, DIGIT_OFF);     digitalWrite(digit4, DIGIT_OFF);   }   while( (millis() - beginTime)   //Wait for 20ms to pass before we paint the display again } //Given a number, turns on those segments //If number == 10, then turn off number void lightNumber(int numberToDisplay) { #define SEGMENT_ON  LOW #define SEGMENT_OFF HIGH   switch (numberToDisplay){   case 0:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_OFF);     break;   case 1:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_OFF);     break;   case 2:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_ON);     break;   case 3:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_ON);     break;   case 4:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_ON);     break;   case 5:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_ON);     break;   case 6:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_ON);     break;   case 7:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_OFF);     break;   case 8:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_ON);     break;   case 9:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_ON);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_ON);     break;   case 10:     digitalWrite(segA, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segB, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segC, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segD, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segE, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segF, SEGMENT_OFF);     digitalWrite(segG, SEGMENT_OFF);     break;   } }

Asked by WWC 5 years ago