Category: Wireless Leds

Connect android to teensy via Bluetooth

this simple app connects your teensy to android via bluetooth

And you can do it by making your own free app. Yes, you can easily control you teensy from your android device using Bluetooth. And, its cheap. I recently moved over from an iphone to the Android OS. I did this for many reasons, but primarily I was extremely dissatisfied with the locked down nature of the standard iphone/apple experience. I wanted control over the phone as an interface with my microelectronics projects. Android allows […]

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Artnet (art-net) and micro controllers

wiznet 820io module based on 5200 chip

I finally have artnet working with the Teensy 3 micro controller / development board. The result is a simple and cost effective way to control led lighting from your computer via the ethernet cable output. Using this set up you can control hundreds of leds, output video to leds, or whatever. You will need to use some software on your computer as an artnet output, I use pixelcontroller. This is free and robust, and fast […]

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Wireless control of Led matrix using Teensy 3.0 and adafruit cc3000

teensy 3.0 micro controller with CC3000 breakout board

This is a small project to control an led matrix using wifi, set up to go over a local router. The idea is simply to have a system whereby the led matrix will play animations from software running on a computer that is further away from the led matrix, or where using cables is not wanted. The set up currently works for an array of 8 by 30 leds and uses the freeware pixelcontroller software: […]

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