August 6, 2013 AT 1:00 am
From the Forums: NeoPixel Strip Scrolling Cylon Eye!
EternalCore shared a NeoPixel Strip Larson Scanner project on the
Since there are no tutorials for the NeoPixel Strip’s and I’m finally getting the hang of coding it…..I thought I’d share this example I made of a scrolling Cylon eye!!!
Things you will need:
1 x Strip of the NeoPixel (or you can use the NeoPixel stick but then the code will have to be modified)
1 x Arduino (I have the Arduino Uno[ATMEGA328P-PU])
The Arduino Programming Software
The Library from
And Finally Here’s the
Hope you enjoy it.
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