Danke für das Gespräch auf der Maker Faire!Viel Glück beim Wettbewerb. Habt meine Stimme.
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.
Ring of Fire [REMIX]View Instructable »
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/id/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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