This project refers to an Arduino sketch which is used to produce animations with more than one LED. You can place several LEDs in a row or in any order you wish and enjoy the flow of traffic. Furthermore, if you wish to change the animation you can choose the next in line by pressing a special button. One such application might remind you of the Christmas lights.
The project ‘tct‘ (The Crime Tracer) made me wish to create an engine for moving various sprites in two-dimensional games. This engine is a prototype and is continuously optimized. It has also been developed with the help of Pygame and Python. Additionally, you can find a rough example that uses the engine of the project ‘tct‘ (The Crime Tracer).
This project refers to an Arduino sketch which is used to produce LEDs animations. So, we use an 8-bit shift register (namely the 74HC595). This way we can drive 8 different LEDs in the output committing only three PINS of the Arduino.
If we want to drive more LEDs, we connect into a cascade form two or more (depending on the number of LEDs we want to support) shift registers and act accordingly.
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