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Hi, all. I used an Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V and a WT588d to create a custom sound board and LED controller for my lightsaber. I love this little board. Special thanks to SugarBombs for sharing his working code for the WT588d module! http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=227435.0 That really saved me some trouble.

Here are video and pics.


Core IC components: Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V, WT588d sound module, some small MOSFETs, and a 5V regulator.


Components mounted on some perf-board and inside the hilt.

And here is a video of it working:
http://youtu.be/3PacAFmnF_8

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Good job.  The Force is strong with this one   smiley-cool   smiley-cool
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Hi!

Wow, your lightsaber is realy cool! I'd like to update my one too! Do you have any shematics of your version? Which LEDs did you use?

Thanks for sharing,
Robert
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Totally cool !
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