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This week, Bre Pettis teams up with Mitch Altman and George Shammas to make a little 3x3x3 cube made of little LED lights that you can program with any kind of animation you like! – Subscribe Link

Update: in the podcast I say you need a yellow purple brown colored resistor (470 Ohm). I need to get my glasses checked because actually you need a yellow purple black (47 Ohm) resistor!

Update 2: It has come to our knowledge that James Clar is the initial creator of the 3D LED Cube. He is a lighting designer that has done many things with technology lighting and his works can be seen at: www.JamesClar.com You can view his patent for the 3D Cube with the wiring schematic at the USPTO patent # 7190328


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