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    Default First DIY usable LED ring on the market?

    I found this while browsing the web.
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    Is this the first DIY LED ring on the market.
    Is it just me, or is this the first one on the market?

    anyone know more products like these?
    let me know!
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    Link? :\

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    damn I'm stupid...
    Ill edit the first post
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    never seen one available before but people have certainly asked for it. nice find!
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    is it possible to build this in a S4?
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    Quote Originally Posted by david west View Post
    is it possible to build this in a S4?
    I'm gonna go right ahead and say no. There is NO room inside an S4 for modification.
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    This will certainly be in my future controller.
    It is compatible with arduino, there are even example codes.
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    question is, how many of these could you use with an Arduino before you run out of I/O?

    edit: Also, this looks interesting:

    http://mayhewlabs.com/products

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    I dont know anything about arduino, but you could add that muxshield (on the same link)
    that multiplies the amount of I/O's or am I wrong here.
    I also heard of other ways to expand an arduino.

    I dont think you should want to make something like the livid code, but to just add 4 of these will add alot of functionallity

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