Hein (fub) wrote,

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Another day, another blinkenLEDs mode

So I had this idea yesterday... if I make a large display with multiple LED matrices on top of eachother, wouldn't it be cool to have a 'waterfall'-effect, wherein random bytes slowly fall down?

So this evening, I adapted the PIC firmware, and here it is!

I'm pretty sure I could drive 4 matrices with a single PIC, and with the waterfall effect and a pseudo-I2C protocol between PICs, one could make an infinite 'waterfall' of blinkenLEDs...!
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