Easy LED panel wiring with custom PCB

JoachimColine

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Dear Teensy community,

I am happy to share a little project I've been working on in the past few months :)

I have designed a PCB for easily wiring 8 LED strips on top of one another to form a simple grid. I named the PCB the 'Octobridge' because it draws a simple bridge between the Teensy board (with OctoWS2811 adaptator), the power supply, and the LED strips. This is shown in the illustrations attached.

The PCB files of the Octobridge are available for download in the following repository: https://github.com/JoachimColine/easy-led-panel.

In the same repository, I have made available a Python script for fast prototyping of LED animations without hardware. I am planning to remain active to add more and more simulated and real animations. Contributions and/or feedbacks are warmly welcomed!

Thanks for all the inspiring posts which made me curious about Teensying around!

Happy coding,

Joachim.
 

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I downloaded your simulator and i like it. It has given me some ideas.
Thanks. Note to others like me who may not have known you will need to do a
Code:
pip install pygame
to run the simulator. (but it does say that in the instructions)
 
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I downloaded your simulator and i like it. It has given me some ideas.
Thanks. Note to others like me who may not have known you will need to do a
Code:
pip install pygame
to run the simulator. (but it does say that in the instructions)
Hi Gibbedy, thanks for your feedback, i'm really glad!
I have added the pip install pygame command to the read me file :)
Looking forward to see your ideas implemented!
 
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