INFINITY MIRROR VUMETER MUSIC EQUALIZER

About: I am a high school teacher of electronics

Intro: INFINITY MIRROR VUMETER MUSIC EQUALIZER

As Izle ve Yap team, we are doing another DIY project. Infinity Mirror Vu Meter Music Equalizer is inspired by our Infinity Mirror Clock project and we present it to our precious viewers.

The Infinity Mirror Vu Meter Music Equalizer, with its spectacular visibility, resolves the signals from your audio system and directs them to the outputs.This ensures that the LEDs on the outputs are lit.In this project, we used LEDs that can be addressed again.We are sure you will appreciate this project, where certain levels are expressed in different colors.

Step 1: How to Make This Project ?


Watch video with each details.

Step 2: EQUIPMENT LIST

You can find equipment list on pics...

and find below,

Arduino NANO

Pertinax

2 x 10K Pot.

470 Res.

1000uF Cap.

Differant Cables

Stereo Jaks

3D printed Circles

Mirror

Reflective glass

Addressable RGB 5050 LED ws2812b WS2812

Step 3: SCHEMATİC

This pictures is shematic...

In pictures, one of the 10k pot is for led sensivity and other is light intensity.

Step 4: Software Files

You can find other files on sthis step like 3D stl files, arduino codes.

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    7 months ago

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