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POV (LEDs)

on Tue Sep 12, 2017 8:50 pm
Do I need to light the LEDs one by one in any order, and repeat that process in order for our eyes to see that the LEDs are turned on in a pattern, for a long time?
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Re: POV (LEDs)

on Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:18 am
Jedirene wrote:Do I need to light the LEDs one by one in any order, and repeat that process in order for our eyes to see that the LEDs are turned on in a pattern, for a long time?

yes. but because of the MCU's speed, if you don't have theright delay, it wouldlook like the LEd's are lightning at the same time.
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Re: POV (LEDs)

on Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:21 am
Jedirene wrote:Do I need a register for every pattern that is programmed to be displayed in LEDs?

you may store the patterns there or you can just load it immediately on your program.
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Re: POV (LEDs)

on Thu Sep 14, 2017 7:45 pm
If I will be using a register per pattern (it will be moving), and if they 1 as a horizontal line, how can I remove the light of the LEDs connected in a PIN horizontally? And can I add the registers of rest of the turned on LEDs and save it in the accumulator?
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