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By: Anonymous: J Day () on Tuesday, November 11 2008 @ 06:08 PM PST (Read 7290 times)  
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Hi, all...

I'm a senior at Auburn University in Alabama. I'd like to develop a reactive LED wall as my senior project. The LED coffee table is almost perfect for this. I plan on putting the completed project in the hall at work with an IR emitting module on the opposite wall. I know from reading in the forums that the coffee table circuit is significantly different from the dining table circuit. I understand that the circuit has not yet been published, but was wondering if you (Dr Who) could explain the difference between the two circuits and give some circuit details so that I can have some starting point for my project. Proper credit / reference to the source of inspiration would of course be made in my report. Thanks!

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By: dayjerd (offline) on Wednesday, November 12 2008 @ 09:05 AM PST  
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just posting a logged in reply so that i'll get an email when there's any other response... thanks!


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By: dayjerd (offline) on Thursday, November 13 2008 @ 05:03 AM PST  
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i notice quite a few people have read this posting. Any advice anyone has regarding this idea would be greatly appreciated. I've got to make a decision about my senior project by the end of the week and put together a proposal for the idea to be approved by my professor before the end of this semester so that I can work on the project independently next semester. Kind of a pain, but that's the way they want it done, so any help I could get so I can make my decision would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again!


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By: dayjerd (offline) on Thursday, November 13 2008 @ 04:42 PM PST  
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The coffee table design is analog like the dining table, right? I'm assuming that some type of op-amp is used, but what makes this circuit look so different from the dining table circuit? Is there still only one IC per node, with inputs from and outputs to each neighboring node?


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By: dayjerd (offline) on Thursday, November 13 2008 @ 06:04 PM PST  
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i think i've decided to purchase a panel kit... even if i don't decide to modify the circuit for my project, it'll be a neat thing to have around to play with... Big Grin


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