cubeXcontrol is an editor to control and create patterns for the 4x4x4 RGB Rainbow Cube powered by a rainbowduino. It comes with an extra window showing a 3D model of the Cube, allowing to rotate in all directions and to zoom. Click on boxes to set the LED color easily.
I wanted to have something really usable for the livingroom. No laptop pushing over Data, wires lying around, Seeeduino to Rainbowduino etc
So i built a Coffeetable with a handsoldered 64 Superflux Pixelmatrix and the Rainbowduino. It uses a 9V PSU, but can also be powered via Battery.
To keep an environment-friendly approach, every possible part was made with recycled resources – the matrix of cardboard is made from the packaging of the table, the wooden floor and side parts of the led-matrix-housing are repurposed from an old cabinet.
I wanted something that both showed off the awesomeness of the Rainbowduinos + RGB LED matrices, and was also useful. I also wanted a huge digital clock in my room, so I made one that sets itself, changes color with the time, and can play animations!
Hi, I made this “little” 2 meters by 1 meter (12cm depth) wall using 1 wireless router asus wl500gp, 1 seeeduino (arduino) and 2 rainbowduinos and 128 RGB LED’s (16×8).
Frame is made of laminated chipboard (18mm) 2 meters by 1 meter, back side is made of 4mm plywood on which holes are dilled for LED’s. LED’s I bought were not difussing colors nicely (you could see 3 separate circles for each color, but they were very cheap) so I had to improvise and I glued 1.5cm by 1.5cm peace of ……