OLED cube responds to gravity

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This neat experiment uses a Teensy development board, an MMA7455L accelerometer, and an OLED display to show a cube in three dimensions.

The acceleration sensor MMA7455L is used to measure the direction of the gravity vector to rotate a cube accordingly.

[Via Dangerous Prototypes, thanks Ian!]

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