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June 26, 2015 AT 1:00 am

Make a 3×3 LED Cube with #raspberrypi #piday @Raspberry_Pi

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From instructables user Steve99and04:

About a month ago my dad bought a soldering iron and we both learnt to solder by making an LED cube controlled by an Arduino. It was a cool project to show my friends and really easy to build so I have decided to make one for the Raspberry Pi and an Adafruit Cobbler because there are not many LED cubes for the Pi.

Bits needed

  • Breadboard
  • 27 LEDs
  • Soldering iron and solder
  • Wires
  • 3 transistors
  • Any Raspberry Pi
  • Adafruit Cobbler (optional)

Full tutorial

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