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Author Topic: Detailed Arduino Guide For Lighting Star Trek Models From Britmodeller.com  (Read 2825 times)

Offline Gadgetron_3000

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I've been interested in Arduino for a while now, but haven't yet taken the leap into it.  I'll probably get around to it a bit later.

But for now, I found this helpful thread on the Britmodeller.com forum site which includes what looks to be a decent and very detailed Arduino how-to and sketch (the code) for general lighting of Star Trek type model kits...

http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234940329-lighting-your-star-trek-federation-models-how-to-programming/

Now we need someone here to do an even better one.  A super-detailed guide for newbies would be awesome.  ;)
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Re: Detailed Arduino Guide For Lighting Star Trek Models From Britmodeller.com
« Reply #1 on: December 02, 2014, 03:16:03 pm »
Thanks for this post Kenny....    I'm in agreement with you 100%.
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Re: Detailed Arduino Guide For Lighting Star Trek Models From Britmodeller.com
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2014, 01:20:24 am »
It looks complicated, but learnable. I think I might give it a shot. Maybe I can create a nav board and photon board for my upcoming Enterprise E build. Dont know about the phaser array though. That will probably require more complicated programming, but we'll see. Great find Gadgetron!
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