Physical Computing

3D LED Display by Student
September 23, 2009, 5:32 pm
Filed under: Inspiration

I came across this project when I checked on Internet how to light up a bunch of LEDs without burning them for the 1st Lab.

It’s basically a cube of 10x10x10 LEDs (yep 1000 LEDs to solder together!) controlled by a microcontroller and shift registers, and the result is simply amazing!

There are even larger cubes with RGB display, but that’s just too much. I love the simplicity and complexity mixed together in this project that makes it artistic.

Some tutorials are available on the web for smaller cubes (4x4x4 and 8x8x8), which I am tempted to use at home… 😀

Source 1: Technabob
Source 2 (Tutorial): Instructables

    Jean-Louis GIORDANO
    Group 11

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