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I also updated the code in the instructable as well.
I'm not sure why it added the <br> but take that out and it should compile.
I have updated the github page to include the 2 libraries used.
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For a further safety concern you could use a remote rocket launch system to ignite an ematch. I build solid rocket engines and this is how a test fire them so I can be in a safe place while I light them. Good information though.
Yes I had a 5v power bank for charging a power to power the arduino. I found the the igniter draw all the current available then shuts down the arduino when trying to power the two from the same source.
Can't wait to make one. I made the STL file to 3D print the case. I can't upload to the comments but you can find it at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2176898
No problem. I just bought all the parts from ebay for $33.
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I pulled it from the software you suggested but as to what it is I really just took a screen shot and went from there. Not really sure which one it is.
I put it from the software you pointed me to. As to which one I have no idea.
I still have to paint the frame but here it is. For anyone using arduino on this project, I had to set the LED values at 5 so they were barely on. I'm guessing it would have been better (dimmer) to use the acrylic rods but I went for five 3mm leds and one 5mm led flush mounted.
Amazing idea. I am making a small one for my wife. I am only using the ufo lamp and 6 led for the bigger star powered by an arduino to make them twinkle. I will post picture when I am finished. Thank you.