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Posted by bloodsugarsexmagik 10 years ago
I want to make a simple led matrix out of some leds and a 5.6V phone charger, just for it to light up, no animations or any particular control to it, just a simple matrix with an on/off switch. A link to some instructions? Much appreciated, and is there also some instructions out there to turn a basic light bulb socket to power leds?
Posted by crossraod 8 years ago
I would like to share with you all an awesome project and some doubts and questions related to the same. This is a 24 x 24 LED Matrix project taken from here. All the data is taken from the same link. 24×24 LED dot matrix --> This is pretty old circuit but I found it interesting to describe here. 24×24 LED display is formed by using 9 8×8 Dot LED matrix displays, that are connected to AT90S2313 MCU. MCU scans an indicator lines in series. Special PC program is written which allows drawing images on screen and transfer them via COM port to device. You can send images in series what gives an animation effect. Circuit is was built using obsolete AT90S2313 MCU which can be replaced by Attiny2313 MCU with minor modifications of firmware. To make program work you event don’t need to connect device to computer COM port. You can store images in other master MCU EEPROM memory Each received byte from UART is immediately sent to 8 LEDs, second byte to next 8 LEDs and so on. Bytes has to be sent one by one without delay. USART is working at 115200 baud, 8bits, no parity. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THE PROBLEMS >1>I really dont know if the circuit is good or not tell me if it is going to work. >2>I cant get 8x8 dot matrix displays so i am going to normal leds to a 24x24 one. >3>I have never worked with bus before (the bold red lines in the circuit) so i dont know how to connect it. >4>The schems are segmented i am finding it hard to figure out how to connect some of the segments. >5>Also i need to know how to hook it up to my pc. >6>I have never done programming so i need to know how to program the ic. THANK YOU I couldnt get the images uploaded nicely so i linked them. 1 2
Posted by science_freak 8 years ago
Hi Guys recently i started use arduino UNO and with simple programs to read from analogue pins wasn't hard. now i'm facing a challenge, as i have a sensor mat 16x16 (rows and columns) i want to read 4 rows and 4 columns i'm trying to use the analogue pins as input for rows and digital pins from (8 to 11) as output i want the program to detect the position of the sensing area such as (row1 colum 4, for example) and give me the number that measured over this area. my code is very bad but i'm trying, specially my background wasn't programming or science. any ideas will be great.
Posted by Najeebgh 1 year ago
Hello fellows! I´m doing led matrix. I managed to put this thing together:https://www.instructables.com/id/Make-a-24X6-LED-matrix/ But i have one problem ... I cannot open the instuctable anymore(ERROR 500: javax.servlet.jsp.JspException: ServletException in '/common/newlayout.jspx': Can't insert page '/pages/explore/type/instructable_body.jsp' : ISO-8859-10). I need the progams for the arduino. Can somebody e-mail me those programs from the page? Thanks!
Posted by ikkajh 7 years ago
Hello, I am looking for help/advice with small project I am undertaking. I want to make a logo out of 50/60 single LED's as a gift to someone. I have attached a picture of the logo. Should I make it on a blank circuit board, what is the best way to connect the LED's (2.2V) and solder them, how many resistors are needed? Any information is gladly appreciated :)
Posted by EimearF 1 year ago
Hi, I am doing a project of making and LED analog clock. The clock contains almost 300 LEDss and they are arranged in a specific pattern that looks like and analog clock. My question is how would you create a POV in this design of the clock. I have checked other projects of POV; in those projects the whole device moves along with the row of LEDs and then it created a POV effect. However, in my project, the LEDs are fixed on a plastic sheet. How would I create a POV effect on that??? Please HELP!!!
Posted by Bam Boy 5 years ago
The robots have gone back in time and taken over the funk! FULL DISCLOSURE: I listened to a ton of James Brown during my senior year in college and seeing a sci-fi/JB mashup is amazing to me. I also re-fell in love with "Appetite for Destruction" the same year. It was a good time.
Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago
Hi, I want to make a scanner, or maybe a "modeler". Background info keywords: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvtfD_rJ2hE <- NOTE THIS PROJECT IS WAY WAY MORE ADVANCED, I WANT A HIGHLY SIMPLIFIED VERSION OF THIS. https://www.physicsforums.com/proxy.php?image=http%3A%2F%2Fi.dailymail.co.uk%2Fi%2Fpix%2F2014%2F01%2F15%2Farticle-2539962-1AAFD4DD00000578-400_306x317.jpg&hash;=18c044d58272f31902c0c6194ba64eba <- PICTURE OR JUST GOOGLE IMAGES: PIN SCREEN Pin-screen. I want to make something that detects where each position is on a Z-axis (their x and y coordinates are fixed). So just a third number per-pin would allow me to map out the entire layout of the pins. I am not too sure if this has been done before or not. If anyone knows of a product that does this I would really appreciate more info. Anyways, THE ARDUINO PROJECT: - Something that takes feedback from each pin and maps it out in the computer. THE QUESTIONS: - How to read the feedback? (what sensor can I use, note that there will be hundreds of these sensors, so they have to be preferably small. Are there some very small linear position detectors? is an optical detector better? (I WOULD PREFER IT TO BE STURDY, i wanna play with it). Im thinking it should be something similar to how TVs work, with a pixel-matrix but instead this would be a matrix of position feedback, and I think it would be simpler than a TV since each channel only gives out 1 feedback (Z-position) instead of an RGB code (3 codes per pixel). Anyone have some ideas on how to develop this project. Thank you!
Posted by david606 3 years ago
Help me in the programming of dot matrix in code vision avr
Posted by ramsha shakir 4 years ago
Sorry! I am looking on how to make a RGB Led matrix. I have found a lot of them but any of them was a RGB, so the idea is this I need to make a 6x9 RGB Led matrix and make the dots flash in different colors. I know the principle of the led matrix but not of a RGB one. So can you lend me a hand? or a sketch as possible? Thanks for reading. P.S.: Sorry for the bad english I speak spanish lol
Posted by Positive07 6 years ago
Https://www.instructables.com/id/Make-a-24X6-LED-matrix/ I have successfully made a 24 * 9 led matrix following the instructions on above link, which when I use with an arduino from a serial monitor I am able to display a scrolling text. However l want when one types a text and or numbers -maximum seven, they should be displayed permanently or stationary except of course if one decides to change the text and send again from the serial monitor. Kindly can someone send a full code for the task. I suppose you will change and update the code from the above link. My email address is : email@example.com
Posted by NJORO1975 8 months ago
Hello, Im not even sure if this is the right place for this post. I wanna build a LARGE LED WALL. Basically rows and columns of leds which i can progam to do what i want, be it scrolling lines, words, snowflakes etc. Perhaps even colour changing LED's to produce a large picture. Can this be done? (either one colour or multicolour) Where do i start if yes! Any ideas welcomed
Posted by dirty-monkee 7 years ago
Hey everyone, I've been interested in making a new project using an LED display, however, I have no idea how to go about such a matrix without the proper instructions or guidelines since it is very different from a square or rectangular matrix. I was hoping someone could explain how to wire and go about making such a thing (programming advice would also be appreciated).
Posted by notnowmyheadhurts 5 years ago
I've been getting into arduino lately and recently discovered the LED matrix. I also saw some high power LEDs controlled by arduino using transistors to handle the power. I wondered if the same idea could be applied to a matrix. It seemed relatively simple, but when I built the circuit in a simulator (everycircuit- an excellent app), I quickly realized some issues with it. The attached picture is the circuit in the simulator. You should get an idea of the flaws of the circuit. I know it would be pretty simple to use relays instead of transistors, but does anyone have any ideas on how to do it with transistors? NPN or PNP or both. I can't figure it out how to do it, but I figured that the collective mind of the brilliant members of instructables could probably manage to come up with something.
Posted by dudes 3 years ago
Hi, new to this forum but Silvius' excellent work with this 16x32 matrix inspired me to join, mainly to thank him for his work: https://www.instructables.com/id/32x16-LED-Matrix-Panel-and-Arduino/ Anyway, I am working on a project that requires 3 of the LED matrix panels featured in this project. I ordered 3 but broke one of them (my inexperience) so I'm short one of these 16x32 panels. They were available here at Gearbest http://www.gearbest.com/development-boards/pp_65373.html but they're now sold out. I wonder if anyone who picked one up for a project no longer needs theirs, or has a spare they'd be willing to sell. I've tried a variation of this board but it's not quite what I need - must be the board with SKU/model 202393. I'm in the UK but I'd be happy to pay for the going rate for postage (and your time having soldered it!) as well as for the unit itself. "I'd see you alright for a drink" as we say here. Let me know what you'd want for it. I figure this is a long shot but thought I'd try! Take pity on a newbie, huh ;-) Thanks, Davey
Posted by NewcastleDavey 2 years ago
Hello world of the internet. I have an Arduino Uno, an ICM7218DIJI, and a ton of leds. I want to make a matrix. Preferably a 64 led matrix. I pretty much need help with all of it because I really have no experience with programming, arduino, or led drivers. The best way would be to dumb everything down. Lol,
Posted by Flap jack 4 years ago
I want to make a large digital image using multiple small screens. I was considering using Android LCD screen replacements and somehow linking them all up into a 2x4 grid (more or less) and was wondering if this were at all possible, and if so,how would one go about constructing it with minimal space between the screens. I have little electrical engineering knowledge so could use all the help i can get! I want to note that the idea would be NOT to have this connected to a computer, but to a MUCH smaller unit that would store content for the screens. Thanks guys
Posted by tsunamigirl 5 years ago
I'd like to make my own small HDR display. I'm having a little trouble googling a transparent monochrome LCD screen to overlay on an LED matrix. Anyone know a good cheap source? Here's the basic concept:http://www.brightsidetech.com/tech/overview.phpWatch the powerpoint and skip to the display section.I figure I can use this cheap LED matrix to at least get some color:http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=682Anyone know a better color LED matrix?(I'd prefer an Isometric array myself)I'm principally trying to find a transparent monochrome LCD screen to modulate the LED matrix.
Posted by royalestel 11 years ago
Hey everyone, I've been making LED displays for various projects now and I understand it quite well (thanks to some of the great instructables on this site) though I've only ever made a square or rectangular matrix for my projects and need to make a circular one and am completely lost. How would I go about making and wiring such a thing? Is programming odd shapes different?
Posted by notnowmyheadhurts 5 years ago
Pretty simple. I'm looking to hook up 4 tri-color LED displays to an Arduino. I am sort of of confused with the shift registers. Any help would be appreciated.
Posted by agent 8 years ago
Hello everybody, like the title said, I'd like to make my own gear indicator with a 5 X 7 dot led matrix display. I know that I need a 5x7 dot led matrix display but I don't know what to use to control it, what to use between the transmission signal and the display module. Dose someone can tell me what hardware that I need please. Thank you for your time, Rick.
Posted by rbrunet 4 years ago
To satisfy electronic DIY hobbyists, ICStation has developed MAX7219 Dot Matrix Module. It uses the Max7219 chip which do a great job on saving of MCU I/O. It can not only control each point individually, but also can be extended without limitation to meet your requirements on LED Sign, Team Logo and so on. What's more, it's controlled by the STM8S003F3 MCU with 1K data storge space which is low cost, low power consumption, very powerful. Major Building Portions of Electronic DIY Kits: 1. The 16pcs of MAX7219 Dot Matrix Kits are ready 2. Decomposition the pin header 3. Welding the SMD and max7219 Chip 4. Welding the electrolytic capacitor 5. Welding the pin header 6. Assembling the PCB 7. Setup the Dot Matrix 8. Wire Connection 9. Power the Dot Matrix and testing with our Code Follow the steps: https://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-LED-Sign-with-MAX7219-Dot-Matrix-Module-STM8S0/
Posted by ICStation 4 years ago
Instructables and Universal Laser are happy to announce that the incredibly creative Instructable, How to Enter the Ghetto Matrix (DIY Bullet Time) has won the Grand Prize in the 2008 Instructables.com and Universal Laser Cutter Contest: a 40-watt VersaLaser laser cutter valued at over $15,000!Grand Prize Winner How to Enter the Ghetto Matrix (DIY Bullet Time) How to Enter the Ghetto Matrix (DIY Bullet Time) provides an extremely detailed Instructables tutorial on how to build a cheap, portable special-effects rig to create "bullet-time" animations--a technique, popularized in The Matrix movies, where the audience's point-of-view moves around the scene at normal speed while the action on screen is slowed down."We want to inspire great ideas and provide skills, tools, and shared know-how," Instructables CEO Eric Wilhelm explained. "This project represents exactly what we're trying to achieve with Instructables."The DIY Bullet Time Instructable was created and documented by the Graffiti Research Lab, an open-source urban art and communication collective supported by the Free Art & Technology Lab, a Brooklyn-based non-profit research lab creating work at the intersection of popular culture and the public domain."This will be the cornerstone of our new lab space," said GRL member fi5e. "A whole crew of creative people are really excited to put this thing to use! Thanks for helping us bring the VersaLaser to Brooklyn."The winner was chosen by votes from Instructables users and our panel of expert judges, who reviewed the 14 finalists drawn from a pool of over 600 entries. Congratulations to fi5e and everyone at the GRL - we know you'll really put the VersaLaser to work, and can't wait to see what great things you make! First Prize(in alphabetical order) Autonomous Foosball Table Blu-Ray Laser Phaser! Build a Greenland Kayak Build a Wind Harp! Build yourself a portable home - a mongolian yurt Extreme Business Cards Giant Fresnel Lens Deathray How I built a carbon bike frame at home (and a bamboo frame too) How to Make a TRON Style Lamp: The MADYLIGHT How to build a sit down driving arcade cabinet Laser cutter, start slicing stuff for under 50 dollars Laser Image Projector The Spiral Data Tato -- A Curiously Complex Origami CD Case Second Prize The authors of these Instructables win a robot t-shirt and a laser-etched plaque. Listed in alphabetical order. 30 minute USB microscope The Ambience Enhancer Autonomous, Wirelessly Controlled Hovercraft Conductive Glue And Conductive Thread: Make an LED Display and Fabric Circuit That Rolls Up. Cool Wave Ring Dollar Store Parabolic Mic Handcut inlay A Home Power Plant - Wind Power Generator Revised How to Make a Color-Changing Lighted Faux Fur Scarf How to make a pair of Angel Wings How to Make an OAWR (Obstacle Avoiding Walking Robot) Make DIY Vanilla Extract "Quicksilver" Retro-Future Scooter from appliances and scrap metal Solid Wood Digital Clock The Stirling Engine, absorb energy from candles, coffee, and more! Squishy Breast Stress Relief Toy TiggerBot II Robot Tube Amp Rebuild (and Mod) U-Disp - The Digg (tm) display (Open Source)Wooden Gear Clock Expert JudgesTo help us judge, we assembled an amazing team of expert designers, engineers, hackers, journalists, scientists, technologists, and other really smart people. They spent hours examining each of the finalists Instructables and helping us make a decision. We'd like to send a huge "Thank You" to each of our incredible judges. We couldn't have done it without you.Violet Blue (author, blogger, podcaster, columnist, and SRL vet)Gareth Branwyn (Contributing Editor, MAKE Magazine)Zoz Brooks (Host, of the upcoming TV Show Prototype This)Joe Brown (Editor, Wired Magazine)Colin Bulthaup (CTO of Potenco, co-founder Squid Labs) David Calkins (Co-founder of RoboGames) Julia Cosgrove (Deputy Editor, ReadyMade Magazine)Chris Csikszentmihalyi (Professor at the MIT Media Lab, Computing Culture Group)Simone Davalos (Co-founder of RoboGames) Lenore Edman (Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories)Dan Goldwater (Founder of monkeylectric, co-founder Squid Labs)Saul Griffith (President of Makani Power, co-founder Squid Labs, MacArthur Fellow)Duncan Haberly (Instructables)Matthew Hancher (NASA Researcher in the Intelligent Systems Division)Brian Lam (Editor, Gizmodo)Ed Lewis (Instructables)Jeffrey McGrew (Designer, Because We Can)Chuck Messer (Tackle Design, The Open Prosthetics Project, host of Discovery's Smash Lab)Megan Miller (Editor, PopSci)Jim Newton (Founder of TechShop)Quinn Norton (Journalist)Windell Oskay (Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories)David Pescovitz (BoingBoing, Institute for the Future, MAKE Magazine)Cloude Porteus (Instructables)Randy Sarafan (Instructables, Eyebeam Resident)Peter Semmelhack (Founder of Buglabs)Tyghe Trimble (News Editor, Discover Magazine)Noah Weinstein (Instructables)Eric Wilhelm (CEO of Instructables, co-founder Squid Labs)Dan Woods (Associate Publisher, MAKE Magazine) For the full information on how the winners were chosen, click here.
Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago
Arduino Prank Remote LED Matrix Display Grow Gourmet Mushrooms Pacman Cork Board Sterling Engine Fan Fortune Telling Cube Multicolor FLashlight LED Bead Jig Spider Silk Thread Mini SADbot Puff Embroidered Hat Braided Flower Crown Arduino FM Radio Receiver Remove a Servo Controller Solar Lawn Mower
Posted by randofo 7 years ago
Help, I'm afflicted with inspiration in quantities that exceed my skills!So I came up with an idea for a project that would probably require the use of LEDs, which I know next to nothing about. Ah, said I, the Internet can teach me much... so I turned here and found the (nearly) perfect Instructable, "LEDs for Beginners":https://www.instructables.com/id/LEDs-for-Beginners/Having read this most helpful I'ble, I certainly came away more knowledge than I'd previously had, but still not enough to properly plan my project.Basically, I'd like to create a 2D "array" of LEDs to use as a light source, in order to backlight a roughly 8.5" x 11" translucent panel.It seems like it would be straightforward to just wire up a bunch of white LEDs in series to a power source and a resistor, and be done. I'm not afraid of a little trial-and-error, but I prefer to know at least roughly what I'm doing going in, so I'm asking for your help. Here are my lingering questions:1. Should I wire my LEDs in series, or in parallel? (Or some combination thereof)? In series, I gather that one LED failing will break the whole circuit, which could be a pain. On the other hand, I've seen several projects and sites that cryptically recommend against wiring these in parallel.2. Are there pre-built strips of LEDs I could acquire that would make this project simpler?3. If I want to vary the brightness of my light source, can I use a variable resistor (potentiometer), or does the nature of the LEDs preclude the use of this type of dimmer switch? If so, could I vary the brightness with multiple switched circuits, turning off half the LEDs for half brightness, 3/4 off for quarter-brightness, etc?4. I've got a slew of transformers from old tape decks, telephones, cell phone chargers, etc. Can I appropriate one of these as my DC power supply?5. How do I gauge how many LEDs I'll need, and what density is best to lay them out? I'm looking to create even, diffuse light, with no noticible bright/dark spots.6. Do I need to worry about heat?7. Are LEDs even the correct way to go here? Should I consider fluorescent light instead?I realize these are a lot of questions, but if you're an expert on LED projects, you could save me a lot of research time. If (I build this gadget, it will definitely show up here as its own Instructable.)Thanks!-JD
Posted by jdtwelve12 9 years ago
I was reading the instructable for the LED rave glasses. This one here: https://www.instructables.com/id/FUNKY-RAVE-GLASSES-LED-MATRIX-GLASSES-USING-A-PIC/ In the instructable as in this image: http://imgur.com/N82oywV It seems as if everything is simply wired to the microcontroller. Unfortunately, the wiring schematic was never added. Is this LED matrix possible by just using the microcontroller as in the pic? Would appreciate any word.
Posted by bernaserra 5 years ago
Hey everyone!THe artist Erwin Redl is very well known for his "LED Matrix Wall" http://www.acegallery.net/artistmenu.php?Artist=20#I went to go see it this weekend, and I wanted to know how it was done, sadly noone there knew :'(So Im passing it on to Instructables! Help a newb create a wonder in his room!Now i dont get how it is set up at ALLi always thought the bottom needed to be connected to a negative...can ANYONE help describe how this works, as you can see the bottom of the line, is a weight.im so confused!Im just trying to power as many LEDS as possible, and this seemed like a better way then my drawing with a white background...
Posted by mu0p 11 years ago
Hi does anyone know how it must work with the max7219, and arduino.a matrix of 8 x 8 led to a random to let go?? I have this set http://www.ebay.com/itm/MAX7219-Dot-Led-Matrix-Module-MCU-LED-Display-Control-Module-Kit-For-Arduino-/141012140148?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash;=item20d4fa8074 who knows a sketch or want one for me????
Posted by bertus45 3 years ago
A guy named "portreathbeach" built this simple 3x3x3 LED matrix. It uses a PIC16F690 in a ZIF socket for the brains. Each layer has nine LEDs with the cathodes tied together. The anodes from each LED are connected to the LED below. The LEDs are multiplexed so that even though all layers appear to be on, they're being addressed individually. Video of the matrix in motion below !!
Posted by =SMART= 10 years ago
Http://arduinoteacher.appspot.com/matrix_8.html Hello! And i am interested in starting arduino! But i am not familiar with the hardware spec of arduino boards. I have some electronics and programming bg as an physics student. I read the above tutorial, the led matrix looks like a easy/cool starter project. However, i have a question, For 4 by 4 matrix, it need 4 outputs and 4 grounds. With 14 i/o pins on an arduino uno (0to13), is 7 by 7 the maximum for upscaling this design without multiplexing? Or if i can get a "shield" that add more pins to the uno? Should i just get a arduino mega with 54 I/O pins? Since it is not that expensive, Is the tutorial compatible with a mega? Actually my target build is two 15 by 15 matrix displaying identical image. Can i rig up two identical led matrix, connect both in parallel to the same board? Thank you in advance! for your replies!!
Posted by mchau2 2 years ago
Hi i am trying to fine some one who can help me i am trying to make a video panel from tri color matrix tiles i need it to work with a composite video feed i have a processes to do the matrix of the wall i just need to make 1m x 1m panel and then i am away if you have any ideals i would love to hear them thanks for your time justin
Posted by vidscreen123 10 years ago
I was wondering if someone could help me find a way to display the name of a song currently playing on itunes with a scrolling 24x6 led display. im thinking of using the display from this instructable https://www.instructables.com/id/Make-a-24X6-LED-matrix/ it is coded to accept serial text input and display it on the matrix. my question is: how can i retrieve currently playing song's name and output it via serial to the arduino. btw, i know oe or two people have asked this before, but they were on macs and used AppleScript, which i cannot use because im on a windows pc
Posted by wootwootman 7 years ago
To see who won the VersaLaser, read the announcement here.fi5e was a finalist in the 2008 Instructables and Universal Laser Cutter Contest for:How to Enter the Ghetto Matrix (DIY Bullet Time)Should this project win the grand prize VersaLaser laser cutter package from Universal Laser worth over $15,000? Help us judge the contest by rating this forum post! Audience votes will count for 20% of the total. Check out all the finalists, and vote for your favorites!This is a forum post created by the Instructables staff on behalf of the finalist. This laser cutter would be put to good and plenty use by all artists and collaborators involved with both the Grafftit Research Lab and Free Art & Technology Lab. We could really use this to help get our new open source lab off the ground. Help bring a Laser Cutter to Brooklyn! Thanks to everyone for checking out the project, and double thanks to those that cast a vote for the Ghetto Matrix.
Posted by fi5e 10 years ago
Greetings Comunity ill like to know what to do with 2 printers very old, they are Dot Matrix Printers one of them brother m4318 and the other epson dfx 8000 here pages of them: http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/dot-matrix-printer/brother-m-4318/ http://www.tiendatinta.com/default.asp?ref=Epson%20DFX-8000 they dont work so i want to make thems something but dont know what, i was viewing the CNCs machines but i dont know much about programming or electronic (just made a pedal for mi guitar jeje) but ill like a cnc machine but dont know how where to start, well hope you can help me, and thank you all for this great site XD
Posted by neoygeo666 6 years ago
In asm how do i turn this led on and off i inted ti build a 5x7 led dot matrix but first need help with the programming in asm to turn and led on and off rest i will work on from there if anyone can help the pic below is the shematic
Posted by john criten 9 years ago
Okay, this might be a little confusing, so bear with me. I want to make a looping video of, say, Matrix code display on a small LCD screen, but I just want the little screen. Is there any way I could hook up a thumb drive or something to it to display that video in a loop?
Posted by manga-ka 9 years ago
Ok so i have this arduino uno with a 3x3 led matrix hooked up to it, and i have just no idea how to program it. I have searched myself on the internet but found no help. Could someone show me a video or a good article that would help me?
Posted by texpert 5 years ago
I was thinking on building a helmet like the ones that are on this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgfcToAjfdc I can do the electronics, but I have no idea on where or how to get a helmet similar to the one on the video that has a visor large enough for an LED matrix. If anyone has any ideas, please let me know. Thanks
Posted by Aktzin 3 years ago
I'm pretty new to the WiFi dish stuff and picked it up pretty quickly. What I wanted to know is if anyone has thought of modding an umbrella slightly to use as a dish and what might be involved. I thought of this when watching The Matrix Revolutions(again)when a dish thing comes out of one of the Sentinels.
Posted by cyberraxx 10 years ago
Hey all! This is DyingWill.com here, also known as "Em", your virtual Fitness Trainer! Recently i have been getting a lot of requests to start a forum topic on fitness, exercise and nutritional advice! Well here it is. Please post any type of questions you may have that concern any area of fitness and i will try my best to answer them!! I promise i will reply to every question ask, so don't be shy! Just to get you started here is a 2 exercise videos i recently published on Instructables! Simple Push up Matrix Intermediate Push Up Matrix I'm looking forward to helping you reach your Fitness goal, so ask away!
Posted by ReactMethod.com 7 years ago
I'm absolutely stumped by this. I have my gf playing my old gameboy color but the screen cover is pretty scratched up and I don't feel like peeling it off until I find something to buff the scratches out. I've nearly googled it to death and all I come up with is random websites selling gameboy advanced tv out adapters. I know this HAS to be possible as www.hackaday.com/2008/11/29/gameboy-color-on-an-led-matrix/ The guy says in his comments on the youtube page that he does IN fact have a real live gameboy color hooked up to the LED matrix. Yet he does not explain how he hooked it up, obviously he did it somehow. Does ANYONE have any bloody clue as to how this is done? I'm not afraid to do some soldering as I know that'll probably be required but really how hard can it be.
Posted by Punkguyta 8 years ago