Tron Disc with .NET Microframework

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    Curious

    Can you please put a higher quality image of the LED wiring schematic? It is hard to read.

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    Clint

    @Curious in theory, I fixed it by uploading the image to our file server.  It could take a few minutes for it to propagate outward.

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    Clint

    @Curious, crap, sorry about that, looks something got fubared when I did an edit.  I'll correct this ASAP.

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    Curious

    Thank you! Got my netduino mini. Will try it this weekend!

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    sporty982000

    wow, what was the cost for all those parts ? did you make or have any extras ? the chip and program ? cost to buy this from you ?

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    Clint

    @sporty982000 you'll have to make your own.  I don't even have one yet!  Most of the parts are pretty cheap (under a dollar).  Without calculating everything, I'm betting with tron disc, under 50 dollars.

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    Thor

    I've been working on mine since around Christmas. Went through a couple iterations, and I'm just getting to the point where I put mine together. Cost is probably closer to $70 I would guess. The mini costs $30 by itself plus $15-20 for the disc and you already have $50...add on the rest of the parts and it's more like 70-80. Go through a couple iterations (as I did) and you'll spend a bit more. One thing to note...I recommend using 26 gauge wire if you're going the mini route. I started with 22 gauge and it was way too thick. 26 seems just right.

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    Curious

    I have another question.

    Where are the D31 and D32 LEDs on the disc and what are they for?  

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    Zack

    Hey can you post  compiled driver? I trired my hand at it but I can't seem to get it working :/

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