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An RGB LED Cylinder
posted January 22 2011 21:19.33 by Giorgos Lazaridis




When we think of LED-made geometrical structures, we usually think of LED cubes. Many people though make LED cylinders, not as popular as the cubes, but still very impressive. This link was sent to us by herctrap. Youtube user blackfede666 made an awesome LED cylinder with RGB LEDs. It has a total of 95 RGB LEDs controlled by an ATMega168. Nice work! Thanks [herctrap]




[Link: blackfede666]
Tags: RGB   microcontroller   electronic project   crazy hack   led   games and fun   artistic   avr   
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