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February 8, 2012

RGB LED Ring – Version 2

at 6:31 am. Filed under Cool Gadgets, Electronic Hacks


This RGB based LED ring is the second version of a project which has three LED driver chips which enhance the brightness of the color lights. I found the second version more appealing than its ancestor when I watched the video. The first version used only one LED driver IC which was less attractive than this one. If you want to give this cool RGB based LED ring a try then you can refer with the whole procedure described below by Robert here.

“As of ’2.0 beta’ (likely to become the final version) it comes with 3 dedicated constant current LED driver chips (MBI5168), which completely avoids multiplexing the LEDs and boosts brightness again. Color balancing is done entirely in hardware using 3 potentiometers. The hardware differences should be taken care of in the core part of the demo code, ‘User-land’ code is mostly the same”.








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3 Responses to “RGB LED Ring – Version 2”

  1. SH Says:

    Why there is light raining? Otherwise, nice project.

  2. dave96z34 Says:

    I was going to say looks like the rain is the matrix feed but really cool.

  3. robert Says:

    The ‘rain’ is due to fact that the camera is being over-exposed. That’s all. And the video only shows the alpha version boards. The final revision is considerably brighter.

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