This is a complete assembled and tested Arduino based ESP8266 64x32 RGB Led Matrix that you can program yourselfDesigned by miker, Ships from Canada
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This is a complete assembled and tested version of the ESP8266 64x32 RGB Matrix that consists a single board that plugs into the back of the led display. My first version used a NodeMCU along with ...Read More…
This is a complete assembled and tested version of the ESP8266 64x32 RGB Matrix that consists a single board that plugs into the back of the led display. My first version used a NodeMCU along with way too many jumper wires. This version is just one board not using using any wires or cables at all. It comes already plugged into the back of the display with a US wall plug and a microUSB cable already to be programmed with the Arduino IDE.
I have tested and verified that everything works for this kit. Occasionally matrix displays from China will have dead pixels, messed up columns or rows. I've taken the time to verify all is well when you order this kit.
Brian created an Instructables post that was the inspiratation for this project. Check it out here, for all the details like wire diagram and Arduino library.
If you are interested in making you own then check out the files under the PCB directory for a parts list, schematic and gerber files located here.
Instructions on programming: Grab the latest Arduino IDE from here.
Grab the latest display library here.
Design your favorite image here.
Resize the palette to 64x32, paint your picture, Save as, Others,Download C file and then place your array into your sketch. Brian has created a great Mario one where can replace his image with your own here.
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Hardware Designer using tiny microcontrollers based on Atmel AVR's and Oled displays. Large supporter of Open Source designs and the sharing of knowledge.