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November 15, 2013 AT 8:00 am

Raspberry Pi Driven 128×32 LED Sign @RaspberryPi #piday #raspberrypi

Really cool LED sign project from Jon of jonshouse.co.uk:

This is a 128×32 pixel LED display built from 8 “P10” LED Panels and a Raspberry Pi board. The code its running is takes UDP data from another computer and displays the pixels in either one or two bits per pixel. The sign is pictured here being driven from an empeg mp3 player. It can be driven by anything with ethernet (a network port).

128x32_led_sign

Check out Jon’s blog for lots more info about the project build!


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