Bouncing Multicolored LED line
This is an arduino controlled project and uses leds, jumper wires, and a breadboard. This is one of my first attempts on programming arduino and I am pleased with the outcome. I’m ten years old and I just started programming 2 weeks ago.
Step 1: Parts Check
Step 2: Placing the LEDs on the breadboard
Next, let’s place the LED’s on the breadboard. Make sure to put the long side of the LED (positive side) to the left on every one. The order that you put them is 4 green, 4 yellow, and then 3 red. Put 1 pin spacing inbetween each LED.
Step 3: Wiring the Positive
Now, we are going to wire the positive side on the LEDs to the digital pins on the arduino. For this we will take a jumper wire and put it at the pin above the left side of the first green LED and connect the other side to digital pin 3. We will do the same for the second green LED at digital pin 4 and so forth and so on.
Step 4: Connecting the Negatives
Next, we will be connecting the negative terminals in each LED together and then connect them all to the negative on the arduino. First, we will take a jumper wire and connect one of the ends to the pin in the back of the first LED and the other two pins behind the second LED. Then we will take another jumper wire and put it 1 pin behind the second LED and the other two pins behind the third LED. Repeat. After done, take one jumper wire and put one end 2 pins behind the first LED and the other in “GND”.
Note : I switched Arduinos for the photo.
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