A Simple LED Dot Matrix Display Anyone Can Make Anywhere in the World ! ! !


The 16x128 dot matrix display uses only readily available parts and can be driven in text as well as in graphic mode.

In text mode, the display uses internally stored character map (English only) and can be scrolled in five speeds - static to max.

In graphic mode, the display can show animations (up to 24 frames per sec), pictures (up to 16x128) and information in any language.

Design files, software, firmware, gerbers and instructions are made available to everyone to encourage further development and use.

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    arif01230

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Sir, I want to know the software name you use this project. I cannot open PCB and circuit file.Please help me......

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    Any Gerber viewer could be used
    e.g. offline viewer gerbv from
    http://gerbv.geda-project.org/
    or online viewer
    http://www.gerber-viewer.com

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    arif01230arif01230

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Sir, I want to know the software name you use in this project. I cannot open PCB and circuit file.Please help me.....

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    geetam

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Its Awesome.....
    Congratulations................!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Its a dream come true .... and I can see a Masterpiece from a Master......