1. T5000 / UP TO DATE FESTIVAL 2012 / LONGER + COLOR

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    from OSMO NADIR / Added

    T5000 has been designed and built for techno stage at Up To Date Festival, 2012 in Białystok, Poland. The scenography set consists of three geometric black monoliths, one of which is a stage construction, while two others are side wings. The monoliths have been equipped with 500+ leds, programmed to blink randomly in especially designed constellations, as well as round LCD screens displaying custom retro-futuristic motion graphics. On both sides of the stage there has been installed a pair of big circle-shaped screens, where the main visualisations were displayed. The last part of the stage set is a wide black background screen constructed on geometric triangular ribs. The setup lasted for about one week.

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    • Ardunio Test

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      from adam chesterman / Added

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      Arduino test with a simple circuit. LEDs blinks increase in speed the less light that is available to the LDR.

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      • MJ-818 Magicshine LED Tail Light

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        from ChainRing Films / Added

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        The cryptically named MJ-818 should simply be called the Photon Torpedo. This is without a doubt the brightest and most visible bicycle tail light I've ever seen. Read full review at KineticShift.com http://www.kineticshift.com/2011/mj-818-bicycle-tail-light-review

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        • Hello World Blinking Light!!!

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          from emudeath / Added

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          A 5-Second video displaying my micro-controller(uC) blinking light. For those who don't know the blinking light is always the first program people create and run on a micro-controller.

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