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I’m back with my latest Instructable that I wanted to share, it’s called “PixelBrite: a study in pixels” on Instructables.com.
It’s a 10×10 LED display made with four WS2801 RGB LED strands, a Teensy microcontroller, an SD card reader, some tinted acrylic and MicroRax aluminum frame. There’s also some open-source software based on the Adafruit libraries for making your own low-res pixel patterns, so even if you don’t have the hardware you can still have some fun playing with pixels.
If you’re looking for the open-source files they can be found at the LeoneLabs PixelBrite GitHub
I hope you guys enjoy and let me know what you think!
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