Hi guys. I am pretty new to microcontrollers and experiment boards, so my knowledge is pretty limited. I've worked a long time ago with the MSP430s but nothing crazy, just basic blinking programs etc.
I am building a project that will later on be built on a PCB and I am very interested on the arduino boards to first begin playing with the components and learning how they work.
Basically, the project I am building is a table that will contain over 200 RGB LEDs and each one of those LEDS will also have a IR proximity sensor so I can have the information of an object being near to one of those RGB LEDs
Regarding the LED drivers I am looking at the TLC5940 unless someone else can show me a better suggestion.
My problems comes with Microcontroller choice:
I will be driving ~200 RGB LEDs and ~200 IR proximity sensors. I will also have a Bluetooth module to control the behavior of these LEDS with something like a smartphone.
So my question really comes in the following way:
For the magnitude of my project, Is the Arduino Uno powerful enough to run all of these components or something like the Arduino Due?
Thank you all in advance.