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How to 3D Print a Giant LED Sign (Part 11): LED Strip Test

Testing the LED strip for a giant 3D printed 7-segment LED controlled with an Arduino.The series playlist of which this video is part: The source code for this project is here:  are links to the things I mentioned in this video:ALITOVE 16.4ft 300 LEDs WS2812B Individually Addressable 5050 RGB LED Strip Light LED Pixel Flexible Lamp Tube Waterproof IP67 White PCB:  Power Supply, VCZHS DC 5V 10A Universal Regulated Switching Power Supply:   is the Adafruit Neopixel library repo from where I grabbed my copy:   discussion about the Adafruit Nepoixel library can be seen here:   that Adafruit has written up another very nice giant LED project that takes a very different approach than I did:   can not recall where I got my last batch of gator clips from.  For projects like this, make sure you get the kind that have rubber insulators over the clips!  They are pretty cheap.  You can afford to discard them when they break.  These seem like a reasonable start: buy my resistors in bulk from Digikey and Jameco.  For the same price you’ll pay for 4 resistors over the counter, you can get a pack of 100.  For example: assortment kit like this might be a good starter for a new parts box: 1983 (Sting) by Josh Kirsch/Media Right Productions [Used from the YouTube Free Music Audio Library]
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