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How To Control WS2812B Individually Addressable LEDs using Arduino - HowToMechatronicsIn this tutorial we will learn how to control individually addressable RGB LEDs or a WS2812B LED strip using Arduino. You can watch the following video or read the written tutorial below for more details. First we will explain the working principle through some basic examples and then take a look at really cool Arduino Project using these LEDs, a DIY interactive LED coffee table.Tools - How do you know a paper is legit?By the time students reach high school, most have learned that they cannot trust everything they read on the internet. But even by the time that students graduate from college, few realize that they cannot trust everything they read in scholarly journals. In this article we discuss how one can distinguish between papers that are relatively trustworthy and those that are best approached with grave skepticism.
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