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Hi,

I recently finished a painting with light emanating from it using an atmega328 with arduino bootloader.



i used 12v leds with some tip120s to switch them on and off. it's a real bird's nest behind the painting. hopefully nothing will get set on fire :-) I used really big resistors (3W) but they still get very hot.
Here' s more info on my blog: http://www.jeremycouillard.com/blog/10142011/

Thanks so much! I couldn't make stuff like this without the forums here!!!
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Very interesting  !  You should post the youtube URL here too! (

You should recalculate the value of the resistors if they are getting that hot. Post some schematics for a review??

PS, next step is to make the piano keys touch sensitive in your painting smiley
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Thanks! Here's the youtube url: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=DUm8HYax6mI

i made a painting with key sensitivity awhile ago :-)
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http://www.jeremycouillard.com/blog/03172010/

the Vf of the leds is 3.4 and they are 300mA...according to this (http://led.linear1.org/1led.wiz)  led calculator...i needed 33Ohm, 3W resisitors (huge ones!)
the schematics are pretty simple...just 9 tip120s, each one controlling 5 LEDs...3 pots...each one controlling 3 tip120s...
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