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LED Ballerina Clyde Tutorial #ElectronicHalloween

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Transform Clyde into a Ballerina for Electronic Halloween!

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In this tutorial you’ll learn how to add RGB LEDs to Clyde’s feet. The opening on the foot end of Clyde’s leg is designed to fit one 5mm LED, and his legs are hollow. So basically Clyde is just begging for new twinkling slippers! Clyde’s main board has solder pads, labelled LED Ext, that allow you to add additional RGB LEDs using the same pins as the eye light. You’ll have to solder the header pins onto these pads to use them. Once you do, you’ll be able to match Clyde’s feet color to his eyes.

This tutorial is presented in three steps (four, if you count tutu-making). You’ll start by soldering pin headers to the LED Ext solder pads. Next, string wires through Clyde’s legs and then solder a RGB led to the foot end. In the final step, you’ll build the simple circuit and wire the LEDs to the LED Ext pin headers. As a finishing touch, you can make Clyde a little tulle tutu to complete the ballerina look. Let’s get started!

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