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Tetris on LED Matrix


#1

Played with Arduino and the new RGB-123 from KickStarter:


#2

Love it but are you thinking what I am thinking? wire the leds toa gadgeteer socket but keep using the arduino ide :slight_smile:


#3

I did use Gadgeteer socket to hook up Wii controller using my Chucky module. Need Mega version of Medusa.


#4

You need one I and one S sockets right?


#5

That is not S. Bitbanging with very tight timing, so the whole matrix is preallocated 16163 bytes - 768 bytes.


#6

Cool. Were you blind by the end of the game?


#7

Are they the LEDs with an integrated 2812 chip?

BTW - have you tried to read your blog on an iPhone?


#8

Yes these are the 2812 LEDs.

What is wrong on iPhone?

@ ianlee74 Can you repeat your question? I can’t see it very well. :wink:
There is a way to adjust brightness.


#9

(should have read the blog before asking the chip question)

Very cool project. I’ve been wanting to play with a panel like that. The Adafruit library makes it pretty easy.

Re your site - the first time I brought it up, it scrolled on the top and bottom. The next time, the entire scrolled as one page. perhaps its related to the loading animation and other image caching?


#10

We have a driver on Codeshare that will drive these LEDs using SPI as well.

Not sure about iPhone. It is a standard Blogger based site, though.


#11

Nice!

Yep, also a Due version (which is 3.3V, by the way).


#12

Yep, you got it