Arduino for kids led animation beginner diy project tutorial

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In this video we use some leds, resistors and an Arduino Uno to make a unique eye-catching animated display. This is a really great beginner project that only requires some leds (3,5, or 10mm), current limiting resistors(you can use 1k, 470R, 330R, or 22R - the 1k will use less power, the 22R the most), and an arduino Uno or nano.
All of the magic is in the Arduino code, here is a link to my code: Fun with LEDs -
It is 100% free for you to download use and modify as you wish. In fact I would encourage you to make your own animations and experiment.
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