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January 6, 2009

32 LED Programmable Sequencer

at 2:40 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, Electronic Hacks

 

Our friend from Another Coilgun Site is working on a new 32 LED Programmable Sequencer, the results are looking good! The board design and software interface look very good. It looks like shortly you will be able to purchase your very own.

 

 


 

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3 Responses to “32 LED Programmable Sequencer”

  1. Jabberwock Says:

    Check out Brilldea, they have 48 channel controller (i.e. 16 RGB LEDs can be controlled).

  2. Bryan Ribas Says:

    I have been in contact with the developer of the brilldea for some time now. He is very cool and the product is sick and cheap. http://www.brilldea.com/product_LEDPainter.html

  3. Vintagepc Says:

    Pretty sweet… Now for some high-intensity RGB leds… and it’s DISCO TIME 😀

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