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Persistence of Vision for your Bike!

Persistence of Vision for your Bike!

Spoke POV is an easy-to-make electronic kit toy that turns your bicycle wheel into a customized display! The project includes a free schematic design, open software for uploading and editing stored bitmap images, and a high-quality kit with all the parts necessary to build your own.
Specification & Features

Can be used with road, mountain or BMX wheels!

30 LEDs on each side (22 for BMX) x 256 radial pixels

Runs on 2-3 AA batteries for 10 hours or more, assuming 3000mAh alkalines and 50% image coverage.

Can run on rechargable NiMH AA’s

Comes with high-brightness red, yellow, green or blue LEDs

Automatically shuts off after 3 minutes

Software runs on any Mac, Windows or Linux computer with Serial, Parallal or USB port

Design is all through-hole parts, perfect for a first time kit builder.

With one spoke, total persistence at 15mph. Two spokes, 10mph. Three spokes, 7mph. (Assuming a mountain bike wheel). Looks cool even if not completely persistant.

Great for safe riding at night, provides excellent side visibility.

Playa-tested!

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