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My Coro Matrix

Discussion in 'Corrugated Plastic (Coro) & 3D Printing' started by zoobmarine, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. zoobmarine

    zoobmarine New Elf

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    Inspired by Holiday Coro Matrix, I decided to do some mods, here are some photos of the layout, its 7x10 squares, and will have 12mm Pixels, as soon as im done with lights and some sequence test patterns I will update with photos, in the meantime here are some.



    Sorry about that, wrong link from dropbox, here they are

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  2. DeeJai

    DeeJai Is that Magic Smoke?!?

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    maybe just me, but i dont see any images

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  3. Kaden

    Kaden Pixels! I need more pixels!

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    It looks like a 3 x 1 matrix to me!
     
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    no images
     
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    blanks pics ??
     
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    cenote Suburbs of Philadelphia

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    It's a new type of prop..
     
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    its a pollar bear in a snow storm on white coro ::)
     
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    zoobmarine

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    Pictures updated! Sorry about that
     
  9. Benschristmaslights

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    looks great zoob look forward to seeing it light up
     
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    Looking great, how many LEDs do you intend on putting in each section. you may find one 12mm pixel may not be bright enough because David Moores version uses the modules which are 3 x 5050 LEDs, so a bit of light output difference that you may have not considered
     
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    Good looking design. Looking forward to updates and video.
     
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    HI, i used the 6 led half circle leds (12v , 50mm) for my coro stars and they worked a treat. one each per star
    maybe they might suit better?
    cheers Boof
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    Looking good Zoob, intresting design.
     
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    Looks good.
    What's the differance between the top and bottom matrix?
    Top the pixels are seen (hot spots) and the bottom is very even lighting.
     

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