Weekend Projects – Android-Arduino LED Strip Lights

Complete instructions for this episode of Weekend Projects can be found at http://makezine.com/projects/android-arduino-led-strip-lights/

Control a strip of full-color LEDs using your Android’s touchscreen. Using an Android device that is compatible with USB Host Mode, you can both power and communicate with the Arduino. Build a simple driver circiut on a breadboard (no soldering required) to amplify the Arduino’s output pins to provide the necessary current to the LEDs, and create your own light show!

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24 thoughts on “Weekend Projects – Android-Arduino LED Strip Lights

  1. It’s a lot more …
    It’s a lot more simple than doing the thing in? the video. Just do something like
    void loop(){
    digitalwrite(red, 255);
    digitalwrite(green, 255);
    digitalwrite(blue, 255);
    delay(100);
    digitalwrite(red, 160);
    digitalwrite(green, 255);
    digitalwrite(blue, 210);
    }

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  3. so get usb for node …
    so get usb for node js connect the same device to a computer make a page using jquery UI’s color selector & ajax callbacks on change to send the value back to the web/usb host, any phone/computer/browser could use? the same hardware that way.

  4. I have one? running …
    I have one? running with Bluetooth, but i never saw a OpenSource one with Wifi. There are however many cheap chinese ones out there.

  5. Would it be …
    Would it be possible to modify this to change color based on? temperature, and leaving out the android

  6. hi guys I’m a? …
    hi guys I’m a? small channel that does electronic demonstration and tutorials if you could check out my channel it would mean a lot thanks!

  7. Im? thinking to …
    Im? thinking to construct this project, but i need to know if my galaxy tab 3 8.0 would be compatible with this project. Could you please let me know as soon as possible. thank you

  8. If you are …
    If you are specially interested in using? lua I would check if you can also use it in Arduino.
    Arduino uses a slightly modified C/C++ language and you can execute lua scripts directly using a C/C++ program.
    Maybe uLua can do the trick as Arduino uses AVR.

  9. bluetooth …
    bluetooth transceivers are fairly cheap. i’d say that’d be a? lot more practical and (by the looks of it) safer for your phone.

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