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I have an entire write up, pictures, video, and code at sites.google.com/site/aaroncrum

Check it out and give me feedback!
This is my first major Arduino project, so be easy on me!

Thanks guys!
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Very nicely done! What was the cover of top of the table?
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yea looks pretty good considering the led density and the final result

course I know a little bit of that is the camera, but it seems very even so yea seconded on the "what surface material" question
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This would be stunning using thr RGB LED's and a subtle flashing program
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for the lazy people:
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MDC8h3vZOo[/media]
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Novel use of a cough for the grand finale.
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Yea, the noise and cough was my roommate coming in.

As for the light diffusion layers it goes like this:

aluminum foil
tissue strips covering the LEDS (very thin single ply)
Red cellophane
rice paper (the key ingredient)
frosted glass top.

The rice paper is a bit thick. In retrospect, I think using Vellum trace paper would have been a better choice.
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