LEDgoes

A project in Lewisville, TX by Stephen and Stacy Wylie (Devino)
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A Modular, LED display board system. Simple to use and infinitely hackable. Designed, Made, and Shipped direct from TEXAS!
Backers: 246
Average Pledge Per Backer: $69

Funded: $17,032 of $1,600
Dates: Aug 11th -> Sep 10th (30 days)
Project By: Stephen and Stacy Wylie (Devino)
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Latest News

3D-Printed Cases for $99+ Backers!

September 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Our "ALL TEH THINGS" backers had inquired about our first Stretch Goal - were they eligible for a second T-shirt if they were already getting one in their pledge?  Well yes, you can get a second T-shirt, but maybe you'd rather have one T-shirt PLUS... (Read More)

Latest Board Design

September 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Below is a picture of what we hope will be the final board design -- the one we'll send to the big fab for our first production run.  We ordered a small batch from OSH Park in order to make sure our modifications pass muster.Hopefully, those of you... (Read More)

Bluetooth Control For Android, and Zigbee Update!

September 4th - via: kickstarter.com
We whipped up the first working version of our Android app not too long ago, and wanted to share how easy it is to control LEDgoes from your Android device!  (Don't worry iOS users, yours is coming soon too.)  Watch the video below! Our Android... (Read More)

First Stretch Goal reached!

September 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
It's heartwarming to see the support we've gotten for LEDgoes during our Kickstarter campaign.  We now have over 200 backers, and at $17,429 in total pledges between Kickstarter & pre-orders on Makertronic.com -- this means...FREE T-SHIRTS for... (Read More)

Modular case now on Thingverse!

August 25th - via: kickstarter.com
See it here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:140689 Download now if you own a 3D printer and/or don't feel like waiting on our injection molds... :-P  Later on, we'll get models posted for double-row matrices & beyond. This case takes about 9... (Read More)

Spiffy modular cases!

August 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Initial case designs have been 3D printed and tested on the Gen 2 prototypes!  For this run, we used orange ABS plastic.  There are a variety of colors available at the Dallas Makerspace, but that doesn't really matter; we're working with... (Read More)

Preliminary PCB Designs

August 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hey guys,  Thought that we would convert some of our PCB designs into Fritzing format (easier for beginners than Eagle).  Here are some of the Pictures! The USB and BT Communicators have a switch to let you decide on which Chip side to program or... (Read More)

How To Run Animations On LEDgoes

August 18th - via: kickstarter.com
This video shows you how to display animations on your LEDgoes matrix.  I'll also describe it to you here in text.  First, create an animation equivalent to the size of your board's arrangement.  In my case here, that's 14 x 20 pixels.  Use red,... (Read More)

Preview: LEDgoes Font Maker

August 16th - via: kickstarter.com
Yet another feature that sets LEDgoes apart from most other LED matrix solutions is the ability to quickly & easily create fonts using a software font editor.  Simply indicate which LEDs are to be illuminated for each character by drawing on the... (Read More)

T-Shirt Design - Customizable Pixel Art

August 16th - via: kickstarter.com
Each T-shirt is a Soft Cotton (nice shirts you will actually wear) and come with 3 Washable markers (Yellow, Green, Red).  It is a White silkscreen on a Black shirt and has a picture of a 30x7 inch matrix (equal to 6 LEDgoes Displayboards) for you... (Read More)

Stretch Goals Posted!

August 15th - via: kickstarter.com
LEDgoes is taking off! We have an awesome T-shirt design to show you and it will be on KS TODAY! The T-Shirt, like everything else, Designed and Printed in Texas!  Watch for a Video later tonight of the Font Maker program. Just tap to make new... (Read More)

Kickstarter Discounted Extra Displayboards

August 12th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

Woot! Already funded!

August 11th - via: kickstarter.com
Wow, we went to bed last night and wake up to a fully FUNDED project in ~9 hours!  150% at 13 hours! We feel like our dog, Pear in the video below.  So please, ask questions! We are here to answer!   (Read More)

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