Youtube ‘Loading’ animation with Arduino

Priya KuberMarch 16th, 2012

How to become YouTube from Thechnocrat on Vimeo.

It may be on a T shirt or it may be on a bag, either way it will look awesome! A simple DIY weekend art using your arduino and a few more common components.

Using an Arduino, a 9-volt battery, and eight ping-pong balls with a white LED inserted into each one, the ring of dots lights up in sequence, endlessly chasing its tail waiting for a non-existant video to load. A giant F5 refresh button would have really completed the costume, though, since that’s everyone’s secret weapon for getting a YouTube clip to finally load.

[Via:Hackaday and Gizmodo]

2 Responses to “Youtube ‘Loading’ animation with Arduino”

  1. Trinket Says:

    but … Where is the code?

  2. priya Says:

    Ping the makers!

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