Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'LEDs'.
As I teased a little bit in another post, here's my latest project: GrownUp LA Gears! For those of us who were growing up in the mid 90s, LA Gears were the best thing you could strap to your feet. They had LEDs in the heal that would flash when you walked. I wasn't lucky enough to have a pair when I was a kid, so maybe this whole thing is just me living out a lost childhood fantasy..... Much like the WS2811 driver library this project is being used to demo, I also snagged the idea from AdaFruit: https://learn.adafruit.com/firewalker-led-sneakers/overview I recommend reading through
This project is an update to the binary clock that I used on my desk. The new version has a lot of new features including RGB leds(WS2812), a bigger microcontroller(The Olimexino-5510 board), capacitive touch and light sensor. My first idea was to have something based on the MSP430G2553, a couple of WS2812 leds and capacitive touch. But after comparing the work i would have to do, and very few rewards to the Olimexino-5510 functionality I quickly reconsidered. The Olimexino-5510 provides quite a few things I wanted: MSP430F5510 Battery Charger USB capabilities Arduino Form Factor So all I ha
Hello, Guys! So, as some already know I 'm a noob with embedded system and I really I'm liking of the series MSP430 by TI. I am trying make this code work, but so far I did not succeed, What I want is a simple led sequential on the breadboard, the breadboard will be 9 Leds, being 6 on Port 1, e just 3 in the Port 2 for now. That code work but not syncronized, I'd want which when end the first "array" of the leds, starts the seconds "arrays" of the leds (port 2, 3 leds), I would like to use someone like struct in C but I don't have know enough yet, the code: #include <msp