Hey do you want to send SMS to your friend? Try this!!! Now you can send SMS text messages to a cheap scrolling LED display via an Android app and arduino with USB host shield. To build this you will require: an Android Phone (2.3.3+), Scrolling LED Belt Buckle, Arduino and USB Host Shield Necessary software […]
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This project is a RGB LED matrix Tetris game, the first creative incarnation of the game that we’ve seen in a long time. This might just be more fun than the original simply because of its design, and it will definitely be worth playing in the dark with all the lights turned off for added […]
If you have a show car the here is an interesting project for you. You can build your own RGB LED Vehicle Turn Signals that StarfireMX developed for his Ford Mustang. The system used a number of Arduino based controllers and XBee wireless devices to allow remote control of the modes and color selections. Starfiretech […]
Hackedgadgets member Alan Parekh shared some amazing works on hard drive clock designs. Various designs are: Alan Parekh Hard Drive Clock Jason Amsel and Konstantin Klitenikfrom Hard Drive Clock Ian Smith Hard Drive Clock Waldeck Schutzer Hard Drive Clock (translated version) Baidu Hard Drive Clock (translated version) You too can build your own design with […]
Hackedgadgets member Alan Parekh shared an amazing build of Seekway who develped a 3D screen using 76, 000 LEDs. If you are having a big building entrance, then you too can try to build such a huge display to put it in. If not, then still you can try some smaller builds for your room. Creating one […]
JustDIY shared a powerful spot light consisting of three 200+ lumen neutral-white Rebels that can be used for your workbench. Driving the Rebels is a 1a Buck Puck from LED dynamics. Moreover you can have potentiometer based control over the amount of blinding from the light.