Ghetto Pixels - Building an open source BlinkM The key components for a Ghetto pixel are an LED, a Microcontroller, and some current limiting resistors.
CyzRgb - codalyze - CYZ_RGB: An alternative firmware for [http://thingm.com/products/blinkm BlinkM] - A software playground Version Beta 1 BlinkM is a Smart LED produced by ThingM : BlinkM is a “Smart LED”, a networkable and programmable full-color RGB LED for hobbyists, industrial designers, prototypers, and experimenters.
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Did you know you can run Arduino programs on tiny BlinkM Smart LEDs? It might make BlinkM the smallest Arduino so far. To use a BlinkM as an Arduino, all you need is the free Arduino software, a low-cost AVR programmer, some wire, and a BlinkM. BlinkM Smart LED as the Smallest Arduino
New BlinkMSequencer Features ThingM’s Multitrack BlinkMSequencer has been updated to work with both LinkM and with Arduino running the BlinkMCommunicator sketch.
/ - linkm - LinkM -- BlinkM controller / programmer and general USB-to-I2C adapter