Since releasing our new Cube4 RGB LED cube kit, the demonstrations have been coming along in an increasing number. A few demonstrations have been documented by Mike Field, who created various sketches and shares them with is through his website. One fine example is his "Rainbow2" sketch which creates a rotary, colour-changing effect as shown in the first half of the video below:
Another of Mike's examples follows. Please note that the camera doesn't give the Cube4 justice - it looks much better in real life. They're great visual displays, and show what you can do without too much coding. Visit Mike's website for the sketches and some other interesting reading. And for more, we're on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well. Finally, if you'd like to share your own Cube4 projects - email support at freetronics.com.
If you're interested in the cube used by Mike in his demonstration, check out our new CUBE4: RGB LED cube kit:
It's easy to construct and use, and with an onboard Arduino-compatible board the cube can be used to display all sorts of data or create visual effects. It's easily controlled via simple text commands via the USB port - or write your own Arduino sketch. It's incredibly customisable and there's so much more. For more information and to order, visit the CUBE4 page.