Categories: Physical computing

Hacking the Matrix at SOTR 2013

Published on: February 21, 2013
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Yesterday I was very fortunate to receive an email that said I’ve been once again accepted as a speaker at Scotch On The Rocks in EdinBurgh on June 6-7, 2013. This conference is in fact the longest running ColdFusion conference and I am very proud to be part of this […]

Building an LED cube powered by Arduino (part 7)

Published on: April 1, 2012
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In the previous part of this online LED cube tutorial we’ve finished the entire hardware side of the cube. Now, while that’s looking awesome, it is still a dead object. In this final part I’ll guide you through the steps to get started in the Arduino environment, so you can […]

Building an LED cube powered by Arduino (part 6)

Published on: March 17, 2012
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So, in the previous part I’ve shown you how to solder your prototype board to get the power circuit from the power connector to every single component. We’ve also added a few capacitors to regulate the power. Now it is time to solder the actual data circuit wires in place. […]

Building an LED cube powered by Arduino (part 5)

Published on: March 5, 2012
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So now you have the cube all wired up, it’s time to direct our attention to the actual prototype board. This is going to become the actual brain of the LED cube. It is not that difficult top build, but you need some basic knowledge of electronics to get it […]

Building an LED cube powered by Arduino (part 4)

Published on: February 17, 2012
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In the previous part of the blog post series you’ve constructed the actual 8x8x8 LED cube itself and mounted it onto the mould you used or the build. In this section I’ll show you how to wire up the cube. A first question is why did I choose this dimension […]


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