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I would like to build this nerdkit project http://www.nerdkits.com/videos/ledarray2/

I have no problem building the LED array.

But converting the code to Arduino is way out of my reach for now.  smiley-red

Any body willing to help me on this?
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If you build me a copy of the hardware, I'll port the software for you.
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Does your offer still stand?
If so what color LED's do you prefer? (grin)

Also...
Reading the forum here there is a question of whether or not the Arduino can handle the needed current.

My LED Array Build
http://www.nerdkits.com/forum/thread/431/
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The source code provided on that page is written already (in C) for ATmega168.
It may even compile in Arduino IDE as is.
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