LED projector

led_projector

[PuffMag1cDrag0n] shows us how to make a fairly simple projected LED display. The projector is made from a 13×7 LED matrix and a couple fresnel lenses. The layout and construction is similar to the Lumenlab projector setup, only replacing all the lighting and LCD with an LED array. It communicates via serial port and is powered by a pic micro 16f648. We would love to see an RGB version of this. The directions are a bit rushed, but you should be able to get the gist. Just remember that you need some pretty powerful LEDs to throw a big image.

Comments

  1. spoofy says:

    Pics or GTO

    saw this on instructables earlier, without pics of it actually projecting something… why should we care?

  2. Caleb Kraft says:

    there is a downloadable video of the projector in action in the instructable.

  3. Basic says:

    Not a bad project for newbies and apprentii though…

  4. spoofy says:

    @ caleb kraft

    wow. just wow. I must be going blind in my old age.

  5. amk says:

    @spoofy

    don’t feel bad, i was about to complain about the same thing until read the above comments. you kind of expect to be able to stream video from your browser these days…i didn’t think to look for a link to a compressed mpg. five years ago that would have been the first thing i looked for.

  6. rolland fred says:

    Hello Sales,I am Rolland Fred ,i will like to order some of your pojectors products and i will want it ship to our place in China :

    Shipping Address:15 Huangpu Road,
    Shanghai, China.

    So i hope to hear from you soon regarding my enquiry and to know where i can view your products you have presently in stock and if there is
    any special pricing i need to know about. Lastly regarding payment i will be sending you my credit card to charge for my order to avoid delays but can you let me know the type of credit cards, pay pal you accept?I hope to hear from you as soon as possible. Get back to me with your website or price list.
    Thanks
    Rolland Fred….

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