My friend Dan (of the Science Brothers) has an impressive element collection. I teamed up with him to build an equally impressive display for his large collection; complete with 120 PWM channels of LED backlight and an Arduino at the controls. It even uses code from the Adafruit Tiny Arduino Music Visualizer. Check out the results:
P.S. It has been a while since I posted. Never fear, my wedding is one month out and afterwards I should once again know what it is like to have time to do other things. I’ll be back!
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