|assembled Cordwood Puzzle from Hackaday.com|
Amusingly, due to the lack of instructions I attached the 6-pin 100-mil connector wrong (through-hole instead of surface-mount), leaving three of the LEDs always on and making physically connecting to it difficult. I'll eventually get a solder vacuum (not solder sucker! *shudder*) and fix it.
Then, for the ward talent show last night, I combined a Raspberry Pi 2 with my cordwood LED kit and made some blinkenlights!
|My Raspberry Pi 2 blinking lights and looping a video.|
I then topped it off by having the Pi play a trailer for my friend's old-computer-hardware YouTube series, hence the monitor.
The rainbow ribbon cables were lovingly borrowed from my Xilinx programmer and my SmartScope.