last video I showed you how I installed the lighting in the building, now let’s take a look at how to setup the Arduino hardware and software.
FINALLY! It’s time to start the work of lighting the apartments using Arduino to randomly switch lights on and off.
Let’s build the lighted marquee for the front of the building using EL lighting.
This time I will begin the first phase of lighting in the building.
This is the last in the series. Let’s add a rolled roof and the lighting to finish it up.
Let’s get the canopy lit up!
Let’s light this thing up! In this video we’ll add LED lights and and light the interior.
Here are some pics of the completed station installed. I also added a guard wall along the roadway on both sides of the station. Don’t forget to follow me on YouTube as well at Mikes trains
I’ve finished all the interior lighting now it’s time to look at lighting the outside. Lets add some working street lights!
We took care of lighting the lower level of the train station last week. Now it’s time to light the main building. I’ll show you how I made hanging light fixtures with standard LED bulbs.