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    Kshitiz Chandra

    really man... you made my mind towards this type of work..

    Amazing

    this really gonna help me in future..

    Thanks

    Kshitiz Chandra

    kshitizchandra@yahoo.com

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    Nick

    Ok, stupid question: I just found the videos on your site. Really a great piece of work!

    Greetz

    Nick

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    Nick

    Wow! Awesome piece of work! Do you have any videos of it online? I'd really love to see it in action Smiley

    Are there any further instructions round on the web for not so technically skilled people, like me?

    Best regards from Germany

    Nick

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    gadgetrich

    One cool project. My wife and I have a disco in our basement and this would be a perfect addition.

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    maxicube

    hey this looks pretty cool I might make it when i have:

    1 - skills

    2 - time

    3 - money

    4 - a party

    5 - to be older (i'm 14)

    lol fun project , se yaz

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    Dan Fernandez's Blog

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    Al Thomson

    hey, dude, i know how to cable wires quick, but ribbon cable works too, anyways, just wrap them all at both ends, tie one end to like a table leg or something, plug the other end into a drill, spin, and pull tight, the cable will not come apart by itself.  But ribbon cable also works.

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    Noticias externas

    Maker Faire 2008 is coming up fast and Coding4Fun was wondering what we should whip up. Comment or email

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    Stephen Leahey

    Did you actually use the Sensors that can be fitted to the MIT board? or did you go without?

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    Clint

    @Stephen Leahey:  I did a few tests with them, but I ran into budget and time issues.  Home made ones took too long to make, prebuilt sensors cost too much.

    I'm not sure how much support the MIT software even has for the sensor support to be honest.  When I was checking out what they did, I didn't see too much in the way of this.

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    Mr Tyler

    WOW !!!!   What a floor and project.  Great Job Bro Many Props to you and your FLOOR.

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    Clint

    I'm delighted to announce that Clint Rutkas has joined the Coding4Fun family as our dedicated "Newsmaster

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    jolly pirate doughnuts

    you should have just used colored christmas lights instead of spending a boat load on those LED's

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    Clint

    Christmas lights are a bit too fragile on a few fronts.  Turning on a christmas bulb light 20 times a second will break it pretty quick.  Plus if one of those breaks, you run the risk of glass, can't really break an LED.

    I can see them working but I stand behind LEDs.  Look at high end commercial displays, they are all LEDs too.

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    annieliseh liege shmmith

    uauuu !!! viocÊ é demais contruir   uma pista de danca com um tapete nao é pra qualquer um!

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    Chelsea

    I love you.

    And your dance floor.

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    Karl of Warlite Security Ltd. London

    I wish I was you so i could make me one! Sad

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    angel

    hey do u have any video? please I like to see how work it

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    Adam

    I would love to have one of these to put on an art car for Burning Man, but I have nowhere near the technical savvy required to pull it off. I wonder if I'd be able to commission you to make one? adambroder at hotmail dot com

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    Wizzboy

    This project inspired me to do the same. Instead of a floor, I've built a giant LED display, 8'x8'.

    http://www.wizzboy.ca/wizzwall

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