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LED Control Deck Mod
posted May 5 2010 17:57.04

nox771 took a Deck keyboard which is really nice and made an awesome mod of it. Deck has illuminated keys with a single led for each one but is either all on or all off, that changed dramatically since now each led is controlled individually giving the oportunity for some fantastic light paterns. In the site you can watch videos from various paterns and a detailed step by step explanation. Now i know what is going to be my new keyboard and the mods is going to have. :)

[Link: rewiredgear]
Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   diy   computer peripheral hacks   led   microcontroller   

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