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[ ENDED ] Nov 2013 - Jan 2014 - 43oh Project of the Month Contest

Nov 2013 - Jan 2014 43oh Project of the Month Contest  

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Hey guys. Figured I should submit my ledRing clock to the project of the month (3 months?)     Basically it is a ring of LEDs 120 in total. controlled by a very cheap! MSP430G2121   Here i

Hello everyone! This is my project a watch with function control RGB-LED tape for the bedroom.   Video:   Project: http://forum.43oh.com/topic/3727-ds1394-rtc-led-driver-tm1638/   Code:

I'm going to throw my project on here.   It is a SD card based audible alarm player. *now with sound quality*   the user provides a 24v signal on one of two input wires, and the unit takes that 24

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What a great set of entries. I really enjoyed checking out all the projects. I'll be attempting Greg's clock myself, and surely having a go at eLua some time soon. The synths were cool and I would challenge Joel to robo-Connect4 except he would surely win. Chicken's project was super original, probably the best write up of all, and I would award a prize just for soldering a QFN. Well done everybody.

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YAY tied for last place :)  someones gotta bring up the rear  hehe


your project would have been my first pick in a 'utility' category if we would have had one.

but I guess a contest like the one there was for the 555 timer would need many more entries. on the other hand having categories (like 'artistic/blinky', 'utility', 'complex') would be cool in the future.

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Congratulations to everyone who entered. A lot of nice projects there. It was difficult picking only one to vote for.


For anyone considering the laser cut prize, I can basically manage wood or acrylic up to about 300 x 200mm x 6mm thick (12 x 8 x 0.5"), so ideal for project cases and such. Cutting or vector engraving works well, raster engraving less so. Alternatively if something 3D printed, CNC milled (on a very small mill - only about 120 x 80 x 50mm) or made on a manual lathe suits you better then that's fine. Yes - I've been a bit naughty collecting toys recently.


No expiry date, so if you don't have anything you need right now it can wait until you need a something for an upcoming project.


YAY tied for last place :)  someones gotta bring up the rear  hehe

There were so many good projects that there's no shame in that. (When I entered a PoTM I got no votes at all. :mellow: ) Also, yours is a really good useful product for a specific purpose rather that the sort of frivolous fun thing that gets votes.
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