Very nice :)You got an entry on maker-forum (german):https://www.maker-forum.net/blog/index.php?entry/3...Some "real instruction" would be great. Looks like a very nice father&son project.
Hi,did i miss the thingiverse links?
Hi,to start coding, timers are a very good point to begin.There should be an onboard LED on your ESP.Try to make a one minute timer. There are tons of examples, even on instructables.Or an randomnerdshttps://randomnerdtutorials.com/esp32-timer-wake-u...
The esp32 is a beast. Enough room.
Well, there is no space left for any code.But the main problem, even with enough space: the arduino would draw the battery life with a timer.When the most Power gets consumed while in idle ... well, doesn't make sense, does it?So: if you realy want to do that, you should use an ESP8266 or ESP32.They use more energy when ON, but much much much less energy when in sleep mode. But: the ESP8266 can only sleep for about 60 minutes. You could freeze the code for a second before starting and add another hour etc.An ESP32 doesn't have this limitation.Best way to go: either use an ESP32 and programm it or take the guts out of an LED-Light with built-in-timer an use the "ON"-State as a trigger.
Nice Job! THX for sharing. Those "xxx made this" answers are the most positive reactions a maker can get.
Congrats!Waiting for pictures :)
Hi,we made one, too. But we stitched everything with a machine.Very nice project. THANK YOU! Our kid loves his little "Raupi".
I made some Plates from 1mm Aluminium. Printed with a flatbed UV-Printer.Just to "sell the Story".
The right way to start a cyberpunk costume :)
Thank you for your kind word.
Thx. Took some time ;)
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Hi,your Pole#2 is just a Peg (*.STL).
No, but you shoul rotate the ball Y 178,40° to make it flat on the printbed.
See end of step 7
Hi @JeanP27I wasn't able to write @instructables for some weeks. I don't know what exactly caused the prpoblem, but ... well, i can write again :)Did you manage to get it working?I've noticed that you use a nano. This specific Arduino needs to much power to be driven bei a LiPo. That causes a static Image instead of a flame on the matrix.See the last words on the instructable. I've compared several arduinos.
That's the way it works. There are only two wires for power and two wires for communication necessary. Just find out, which are SDA and SDL on your chip.
I have those here, too. DiBond. But how will you drill 1mm through the material? Sounds like impossible?!
Hi,i've made some smaller codes for Winwdows-Users.Nobody knows why, but you can use some more bytes when compiling under linux. So i think the second file should be the right one, windows or linux.It's a zip which contains the data.h, too.The data.h is the "grafix"-file. The "ProMicro_FirePendant.ino" is the code.You probably have to install some libraries. But you can't do somehting wrong at all.- Open Arduino- Go to "open" and navigate to the extracted folder to open "ProMicro_FirePendant.ino"- Now you should see two tabs. The code and the data.h.- Try to compile. Come back with the error-message :)And a big "Welcome" to the world of arduino. Very cool, that this project triggered you to start with Arduino :)
Yep, correct :)It is about SDA and SCL. Find those on "your" chip and everything should work.
Hi,it does work. I've build several of those.
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After years a realy new clock. One of the best things this year.
That should work.Please post pictures when done :)
Hi,You should prefer an Arduino with USB connection.Much easier to program.
Thx for the inspiration.
I'm very very impressed. The small piece of paper, those neadels, the back canvas ... very nice details.
Nice Project. Made one with a friend. Black Matt. Glows perfect.Thx for the idea.
Even if it looks like a typical Etsy object, I'd rather not mess with Disney :)
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Now add a temperature (BME) and a LED-Light to it :)Thank you very much. I'll build this (sooner or later...) Got my vote.
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Exactly what i'm looking for :)Thx. Will build it soon.
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Hi, i've added a new data.h. The frames should now be rotated 180°.While this competition is allready over, i would be glad if you vote for my REMIX version:https://www.instructables.com/Ring-of-Fire-REMIX/
I'll send you the Code. No big Problem.
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Yes, a two-sided version is feasible. The driver can handle two displays at the same time. But you have to mirror all pins. This is not as easy as plugging and soldering. But you can do it with very thin wire like varnished copper wire. In my test I only soldered two LED displays on top of each other. It worked.Sooner or later I will build a two-sided candle. Almost everyone asked me whether it would be possible to build a double-sided candle.Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
:)This brings me to another idea.
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Exactly. One Driver andep two displays. The brightness keeps quite bright. I've put one Display onto the other one. Was just for testing. Worked.
Hi,should this work on an ESP8266, too? The teensy is quite expensive, compared to an ESP.
Hi, sorry for beeing late...well, the code should fit. but i'll make another one with just one frame dropped.I'll post it later...
It needs to have the 16mhz chip. example :https://m.de.aliexpress.com/item/32840365436.html?pid=808_0003_0109&spm=a2g0n.search-amp.list.32840365436&aff_trace_key=732a24c246ef4a8583f4a341992f579e-1548393018100-03952-UneMJZVf&aff_platform=msite&m_page_id=8298amp-DGwWrHtjUdN1cx1DXqDieQ1548393052714
Hi,i've made those with a little bit more focused to the original design:https://www.instructables.com/Matrix-LED-Light/
Thx for the idea. Made it "quick&dirty" ... but it does it job.
I think you left out the "filet" part between 6+7.
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