Nov 152007
 



Learn how to use shift registers as Dave explains his LED oscilloscope project at NYC Resistor’s bi-weekly Microcontroller Study Group.

UPDATE:

We’ve all gotten excited about this project, and Dave has agreed to open up his code and document everything, but needs a little help creating the schematics, etc. Zach ‘Hoeken’ Smith of RepRap will be giving a demo on Eagle at the next NYCResistor Microcontroller Study Group meeting so we can create the schematic, and get started documenting this whole project from start to finish!

Soon after that, we’re looking to create a kit for this project to make it easy for people to duplicate it at home. It’s a great project for learning audio processing, breadboarding using arduino, shift registers, and how to make and use an LED matrix. That, and it’s just cool. I want one of these for my desk.

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  • http://erroraccessdenied.com Shadyman

    Dugg!

    Most awesome!

  • http://www.krisbarrett.com Kris

    Very interesting and informative video. Thanks!

  • grahamsw

    I love this. I’d particularly like to steal^H^H^H^H^H leverage the LED matrix. I can handle to programming, but I don’t know enough to make the thing from the information in the video. I’d love any kind of circuit diagram.

  • http://oscilloscope.digitio.com oscilloscope dude

    Nice one.

  • thetinman

    hey nice vid
    i am very interested in this would love to see soem schematics and or circut diagrams if they are avaliable

  • ccafe

    Brilliant. If I got anything out of my visit to Eyebeam today, it was seeing a Dave Clausen light sculpture and using it in my light painting that I performed there! Genius!!

  • ccafe

    Brilliant. If I got anything out of my visit to Eyebeam today, it was seeing a Dave Clausen light sculpture and using it in my light painting that I performed there! Genius!!