Led Cube 4x4x4 With Max 7219

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First excuse my english :)

Hello, I wanted to make a 4x4x4 cube, but I know nothing exadécimal
So I took a arduino uno and a max 7219

Amazing 3 dimensional LED display.

64 LEDs makes up this 4 x 4 x 4 cube, controlled by an arduino and max 7219

Each LED can be addressed individually in software, enabling it to display amazing 3d animations!

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Step 1: What You Need

64 led

Brass wire

one max 7219

http://www.cafr.ebay.ca/itm/MAX7219-dot-matrix-mod...

one arduino uno

Step 2: Instruction 1

As you can see, I have separated the LED module into 4 equal party and I visualized them one above the other. like this A, B, C, D.
and will connect the (row and col) pin on the MAX 7219

Step 3: Instruction 2

1. each hole for LED is spaced 1 inch center hole.

2. as you can see, the brass wire is soft, ready inserted between two clips, stretched to sharply.

3. folded all anode.

4. sorry I forgot to take pictures during the welding step

but if you watched on another picture, you'll understand

Step 4: Instruction 3

all, the connector are on the outside.

Step 5: The Code

all the (void), are in the individual part

at the end of the program, there is a void like this

void loop()

{ allume(); ferme(); ligne(); plateau(); aleatoir2(); mur(); cube(); plateau2(); vague1(); ligneverti(); cube2(); axe(); aleatoir(); elice(); roue(); vague2(); vague3(); diago(); tunel(); serpent(); }

Step 6: Finishing Up

Hope this helps someone!
I had a sleepless night

It took me a while to understand how to do this,

Feel free to comment Thank you, Merci

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    10 Discussions

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    AbdullahA62

    2 years ago

    if I want to make 8*8*8 from the the same circuit... what should I do?

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    toastdore

    3 years ago

    Hello, the base is plexiglass 3/16

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    SelvaK3

    3 years ago

    what type of material did you use for base because i made the led cube but dont know what should i do with the base to support my cube.

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    TiborS16

    3 years ago

    I can't see what size LEDS you have used, or the
    type does it make a difference?

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    anthony.hite.9

    3 years ago

    how about a video showing an animation