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POV or '''P'''ersistence '''O'''f '''V'''ision details can be found [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persistence_of_vision here] so we will not go over it here.
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[[User:hotchk155|Jason Hotchkiss]] has quite a long history of POV related projects such as [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlptJzWwCXg this] and a Bol****s fan trial that lead to this new project ([http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIqqC3xwwkw this thing stuck to a fan])
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<h3>Tasks</h3>
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POV main unit : [[User:hotchk155|Jason Hotchkiss]]<br />
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Power System with Data Modulation : [[User:Robotix|Reverend Neil Wakely]]<br />
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GPRS Data Handling : [[User:RJ31337|Reverend Dave Wakely]]<br /><br />
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<h3>LED Display</h3>
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'''11 Sep 2011''', Jason: I made the 16-LED RGB array to fit on a vane of the fan. I tried out using flexible copper-clad sheet to keep weight down and get something that will fit snugly to the curve the vane. Read about it here http://hotchk155.blogspot.com/2011/09/home-made-flexible-circuit-boards.html. Next step is to test it out and mount it on the fan.<br />
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'''12 Sep 2011''', Jason: And it worked! http://hotchk155.blogspot.com/2011/09/pov-message-fan-project-update.html
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Latest revision as of 12:05, 8 June 2012

POV or Persistence Of Vision details can be found here so we will not go over it here.
Jason Hotchkiss has quite a long history of POV related projects such as this and a Bol****s fan trial that lead to this new project (this thing stuck to a fan)

Tasks

POV main unit : Jason Hotchkiss
Power System with Data Modulation : Reverend Neil Wakely
GPRS Data Handling : Reverend Dave Wakely

LED Display

11 Sep 2011, Jason: I made the 16-LED RGB array to fit on a vane of the fan. I tried out using flexible copper-clad sheet to keep weight down and get something that will fit snugly to the curve the vane. Read about it here http://hotchk155.blogspot.com/2011/09/home-made-flexible-circuit-boards.html. Next step is to test it out and mount it on the fan.

12 Sep 2011, Jason: And it worked! http://hotchk155.blogspot.com/2011/09/pov-message-fan-project-update.html