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Shooting the Kickstarter video was hard work to say the least. It took a great deal of practice but it is now over with and in the process of editing.
This is a very basic tutorial written in Bascom and programmed via Atmel AVR Studio Pro. I have been using Basom for many years and really like it. The Lumapad firmware can also be written in Arduino, C/C+ or HEX. The Lumapad is designed to be compatible with pretty much all the programming choices out ...
I am close to launching the Kickstarter project for the Lumpad. Set up the lights today with the backdrop and tried to get some nice shots.
One of the coolest features of Lumapad is the integration of WiFi via the Electric IMP modules which is the size of an SD card.
Initial testing seems to indicate that a fan may not be needed. For applications where excess heat is still a concern, the Lumapad has a computer controlled cooling fan that can easily be removed.
For those of you that are interested in experimenting with the latest in LED technology, the Lumapad circuit board is available in “kit” form as a fully assembled board with all electronics as shown. You will need to provide your own enclosure and/or cooling fan.
Here is a 3D printed prototype of the Lumapad. It was important to make sure everything fit before machining some real prototypes out of metal.
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