Color Swatches Displayed with RGB LEDs

Arduino Technology
Color Swatches Displayed with RGB LEDs


Adrien Baptiste’s Arduino-controlled color sensor (Google translated) detects the color of a Pantone swatch and displays it on four RGB LEDs. Adrien has all the files in his GitHub depository.

6 thoughts on “Color Swatches Displayed with RGB LEDs

  1. Windell Oskay says:

    Might be better to use CMYK LEDs, although I’m joking about the K part.

  2. ed says:

    NOw have an array to light a room, and Swatches on the wall to change the colors..
    With Titanium WHITE walls(like a Movie screen effect) to reflect the light.. You could change the color of the room in an instant.

  3. soupdragon says:

    how does it do brown?

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