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Build Your Own DIY Color Sensor [Project]
posted October 14 2014 12:21.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Isn't this an awesome idea? Instructables user electro18 shows how (relatively) easy is to make a color sensor. It was inspired from an older instructable. There is a short explanation on how a color sensor works in yet another instructable. An LDR is used to measure the amount of reflected light for each of the three LED colors, Red, Green and Blue.



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