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chicokiri, Protonerd is on vacation until September 10th so it will be sometime before he will be able to ship them out. Just FYI.


Good news, the first Run of the Stardust arrived and currently undergoing rigorous tests and quality checks.

The Stardust board costs 54 EUR + 6 EUR shipping.
If you order 5+ boards, price is reduced to 49 EUR/board + free shipping.
Payment is via PayPal to kun.andras@yahoo.de
If paying for services, add +3.9% for fees.
Please indicate following items in the comment field along with your payment:
- your name
- shipping address
- Forum nickname, and also Forum name (i.e. Arduino)
- "Stardust B" if you want to build a blaster, to be able to tell these orders apart from lightsaber prop orders ("Stardust LS")

I will handle orders in the order they come in. Boards are shipped out always on Saturdays, I can guarantee shipping in same week if payment arrived by Thursday.

By buying a board you confirm to have read the User Manual and understood the specification (see Stardust User Manual ).


This is awesome Protonerd! I've been looking at a way to build my own arduino lightsaber for some years now and I thought I had it all figured out. I had planned on using an arduino nano, a MPU6050, and a Mini DFplayer. Thanks to you, now I can get all of this is one! I do have a couple questions though. To change blade colors in a smooth transition, I had planned on reading the value of a potentiometer with an analog pin. I went through your Stardust User Manual, and I was wondering if this would be possible with the stardust? I did not see any Analog Input pins, but was wondering if I could use the SDA or the SCL pins? If anyone could help me out I would appreciate it. Thanks!


The Stardust has one analog input pin as auxiliary pin, i.e. it's not situated at the board peripherie but with a smaller thru hole in the middle of the board. But you can use it. SDA and SCL on the other hand cannot be used for anything else than I2C, as they are also connected to the MPU. I break them out because for some applications you might want to use a small OLED display which also work with I2C.

As to your idea to change color smoothly with a potentiometer, did you look at my video showing the Gravity Color Mix feature? Would that be sufficient for color mixing or do you have something else in mind?


Hi Protonerd!

Just sent a payment for one of your Startburst LS boards.

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