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CRAZY Dancing Disco Lights made simple [Project]
posted September 16 2014 8:30.05 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This is what happens when a practical mind powers an artistic mind. MrRobertpn got the idea (as well as the code and the circuit) form Liz Clark at Radical Rumpus and made this awesome desktop disco lights.

The circuit is actually a spectrum analyzer based on the Arduino and the MSGEQ7 seven band graphic equalizer chip. There is a complete writeup on this circuit found here.

MrRobertpn added some thick plexiglass sheets and this is the result! I happen to like the idea!


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