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So I just got my robots head and neck in yesterday and noticed that it didn't come with any LEDs bummer, but then I was like o well why use crappy standard LEDs when I can just use the Rgb array sensor instead to give omega more personality, but I stop to think, wait the sensor is to short to reach both eye openings, so I am wondering can the Rgb array be cut in half and rewired and still work or would I just have to buy two Rgb sensors and use them that ways. Any one got an idea hate to buy two if not necessary.
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can blink M be a solution for you.
If your talking regular LEDs then see @nomads thread on them...Powering LEDs
The analog ports are for input, not for the control of LEDs.
The title of this post is "Rgb Array Sensor Seperation" - this makes me concerned that you think there is a sensor in the RGB array. The RGB array is just an LED light display, there is no sensor.
Does that make sense?
Based on the "Omega Project Status" thread it looks like you bought a head from XL-Robotics (Way Cool - I'm jealous), I think Anthony designed it for a specific 8x8 LED displays? Maybe....maybe I dreamed that.....I could be wrong. You can probably put just about any leds or displays in there, but I would ask XL-Robotics if he has one he recommends for the head. I'd encourage you to not try cutting a display in half, it's not worth it even if you are electronics wiz, there are so many other options. Why tear up a nice display is my thinking.