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Three-Dimensional Cubic Display and Lattice Analysis Using 89C51 Microcontroller

Abhishek Kumar Singh, Rakesh Joon

Abstract


A three-dimensional display has been presented in this paper which is driven by a microcontroller. A new form of display has been introduced in the LED arena. Any size cube of A*A*A can be effectively implemented which are cheap as well as rugged. A three-dimensional mosaic of light emitting diode is formed in a cube which is comprised of light emitting diodes arranged in the dimensional matrix. Cheapness and ruggedness is result of the simplicity of this design.

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