Lo-fi display made of 64 wooden blocks

Zoe RomanoNovember 14th, 2013

Wooden Pixel Display 64 - WPD64

Han Lee wrote us to submit a project about analog wooden blocks  acting as digital pixels and controlled by Arduino. Wooden Pixel Display 64 is composed by 64 wood pixels in a  8×8 grid and originally prototyped  using Lego:

One pixel might make you bored but it gives you something interesting when pixels make a form together. This WPD64 has been presented at a generative art show in NYC recently.

I used Arduino Uno and four of Adafruit 16-Channel 12-bit PWM/Servo Shield to control 64 servos. Laser cutting service from Pololu.com for the front cover which should have 64 square holes at the perfect grid.

Enjoy the video below!  ;^)


 

One Response to “Lo-fi display made of 64 wooden blocks”

  1. HenkVanBoeijen Says:

    Great idea and very well done!

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