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June 5, 2009

64 RGB-LED Color Table

at 5:28 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


Edo from Germany built a real cool LED table that is controlled by Arduino microcontrollers. As soon as we get some more details we will add it to this article. Edo sent in some pictures and some text about the design and himself. Thanks Edo.

Via: Top 5 Cool Tables Comments

"My name is Edo, I am a 23 years old from Hamburg Germany and I’m studying computer science at the Hamburg university of applied science. I used one Arduino Duemilinove to control 12 TLC5940 Chips. There is is one 5mm RGB LED in each of the 64 sections. The dimensions of the Table are 50x50x12 centimeters The cladding is made of self brushed aluminum. In the future I’d like to take an Arduino BT to program the table wirelessly."



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26 Responses to “64 RGB-LED Color Table”

  1. The voice in your head Says:


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  3. gman Says:

    I think it might be a bit out of my price range to make… look at those rgb units sold at sparkfun they are NOT cheap…

  4. gradweil.de Says:

    64 RGB-LED Table…

    Haben will !!!

    mehr davon: hackedgadgets.com…

  5. shiona Says:

    Every single led table has to have game of life. Why am I not seeing one?

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  7. Edo Says:

    Thanks a lot for this nice article about my table!

    Today i added a touchscreen ability.



    PS: Game of life is under construction. 😉

  8. Gyugyu Says:

    Nice table. I always liked interactive kind of things. What R these HI-tech adverts? I dont need them, I already use hi-tech compilers.

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  12. Edo Says:

    I built a few new features in the table

    (I can use it as a pc screen!)


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  22. Dominic Says:

    I really like this and love the touchscreen capability. Are you going to supply instructions on how to do it?

  23. F2000 Says:

    wow, i just watched all your videos on youtube man! i would love this in my new flat to impress my friends 😀 will you amybe help a few others along with a tutorial or guide?

  24. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi F2000,

    There is a link in the article but I don’t think there is any additional information.

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