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Drawings & Animations on ‘840 Segment Display (960 if You Count the Decimal Point)’

Mesmerizing use of many 7 segment displays:

Here’s a glimpse of the finished panel:

Code and schematic can be found here. And lastly here’s the video showing it in operation:


 
Thanks to David Barton for sharing this build!


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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the mention! It now does things to music using one of your mic amplifiers and some code borrowed from your tiny visualizer project : http://www.plingboot.com/2017/03/840-segment-display-audio-visualiser/

  2. David, that is an AWESOME project!
    I bow to your Jedi-like control of those segments.

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