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PIXO Pixel - An ESP32 Based IoT RGB Display for Make/100!

A project in Ottawa, Canada by Sean Hodgins

Status: Active

PIXO Pixel uses an ESP32 to control a matrix of 256(16x16) RGB LEDs. It is an IoT device that can display information via Wifi and BLE.
Backers: 146
Average Daily Pledges: $937 CAD
Average Pledge Per Backer: $128 CAD

Funding: $18,731 CAD of $6,000 CAD
Dates: Jan 30th -> Feb 19th (20 days)
Project By: Sean Hodgins
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Pictures, Pong, and Particles!

February 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey backers, and currently undecided backers! I have just release a video on my YouTube¬†channel explaining how to do a few things on the PIXO Pixel that some people may be interested in. Its a bit longer than my usual videos, but it goes into the... (Read More)

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February 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Everyone, The project is moving along nicely and I am very happy with the progress so far. We hit our funding goal which is excellent! Here is the PIXO Pixel displaying the sold PIXO Pixel units, and the ones remaining, also showing the live... (Read More)

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