Arduino Giant LED Clock by PCB GOGO

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  • Arduino Giant LED Clock by PCB GOGO 3 months ago

    Yeah, probably.
    I weren't disappointed, just wanted to make sure there were no misunderstandings.
    Again, have a nice day!

  • Arduino Giant LED Clock by PCB GOGO 3 months ago

    I just posted the schematics and code parts, saying that i was inspired from the original one, quoting it at the start of the story.

    http://www.instructables.com/id/Big-auto-dim-room-clock-using-arduino-and-WS2811/

    That's it (more complete and even better), where you can find anything you want.

    Have a nice day. :)

  • Arduino Giant LED Clock by PCB GOGO 3 months ago

    Yeah, i said in the beginning that I WAS INSPIRED by another project, the original one, and i quoted it here and there.

    http://www.instructables.com/id/Big-auto-dim-room-clock-using-arduino-and-WS2811/

    About the advertising: it's true, that's an advertising post (as the title says: BY PCBGOGO), so i can't see the point about pointing that out.
    That's a payed project, so just let it go.

    About the Fritzing: as I see in other projects (and as i've always done) i put the schematics part done on Fritzing with the breadboard view because i think it's the most "easy-to-read", but, as they say, you never stop learning, so i'll take your advice for good.

    I'm very pleased with my final product, and hope everybody who sees this project (or the original one, which is even better) can be pleased with its.

    Have a nice day. :)

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