25 thoughts on “Shift-Registers + Arduino P1 EASY

  1. @taostoner1 I’ll …
    @taostoner1 I’ll keep that in mind, but I typically don’t use? 555 timers, rather just slap an 8 pin micro down…. never really needed that much accuracy

  2. Could you do one …
    Could you do one like this or 555 timers? That would be crucial, all the 555 timer? videos suck.

  3. Would it be correct …
    Would it be correct to think of a shift register kind of like a stack, where you just keeping pushing bits down, and then when you latch? it when all your bits are pushed down?

  4. @mylifestylepr same …
    @mylifestylepr same thing i guess, you still have IO on your FPGA, so the NIOS on the FPGA would command a the IO pins to do the same thing? as a micro

  5. @AirRaidStudios …
    @AirRaidStudios You’re going to want a Multiplexer, which one i? cannot say.

  6. @AirRaidStudios go …
    @AirRaidStudios go to the arduino website and check out the shiftin function for shift registers. It has exactly what? your talking about

  7. @AirRaidStudios …
    @AirRaidStudios good idea!! You wouldn’t use this type of shift register though, you need something? that goes the other way. Not sure what chip you need…

  8. Hey, great video! I …
    Hey, great video! I have a question, can I use it as input? I want to make a kind of keyboard? and have 78 buttons! please answer quickly.

  9. @MSH12391 thanks, …
    @MSH12391 thanks, I’ve actually got a bunch of videos doing that? as well. good looking out though!!

  10. @lucirz its just a …
    @lucirz its just a regular whiteboard for dry erase markers, think i got it at wal? mart

  11. You can control 162 …
    You can control 162 LEDs with an arduino and transistors by using multiplexing.
    You said you like the idea of not? adding circuitry, thought you might be interested.

  12. @kdarrah1234 where …
    @kdarrah1234 where did u get that white board that you are putting your breadboard? and things on? what’s it called?

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