[PD] LED on the Cheap

Alex x37v.alex at gmail.com
Thu Oct 3 17:07:22 CEST 2013

I helped build this wall: http://blog.x37v.info/2012/10/10/led-wall
Controlled with video.  It was not cheap but relative to commercial
solutions, not bad at all.  For a smaller section like you're talking, it
wouldn't be too bad.  It is quite bright.

My partner posted some of the build details here:

These LED strips are much nicer to deal with than trying to build up your
own panels with individual LEDs.  There are some other LED strips out there
too, some that are probably even less dense and likely less expensive if
you don't need the resolution.


On Thu, Oct 3, 2013 at 1:58 AM, Alvin Google <alvin.oslvn at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am writing a proposal to use Pure-Data to control LED panels that would
> light part of a rock quarry. The panels should both illuminate and show
> pixelated imagery (the resolution dependent on the quality of LEDs). I
> would looking for the cheapest and easiest solution. It has to be visible
> at some distance so the panel size would have to be at least 2 x 3 meters.
> This sort of application is completed new to me and any and all advise
> would be super helpful..
> Thanks
> A
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