|Like laser beams!|
I actually bought some LED's a while ago just to test some of this stuff out and it didn't really work like how I'd hoped. It could have been the fact that I didn't use a soldering iron. Or maybe I messed up on the voltages/batteries or something but I could barely get a flicker out of my LED.
I've seen other guys like MatX, really blow their LED's up. When I say that I mean they get a really bright, powerful light from them. I want to do that too!
|Look how strong that light is! Beautiful!|
I remember the first example I saw of this was when Danny Choo made a USB powered PG RX-178-2 Titans (back when he still did Gundam stuff... still feel kinda betrayed by what his site has become now but that guy is the reason I started blogging and he's done so ****ing well for himself. I can't give him anything but props.)
Damn I'm STILL jealous of that even so many years on! Man that topcoat finish is just... damn...
It's just that... ugh... I need to study more I guess. One day! One day I swear you're going to see some amazing LED work from this blog! I'm going to try!
Have any of you ever tried working with LED's? Interested in trying? I think I need to do this in order to take my modeling (and my general knowledge of basic modern technology) to the next level.
Finally I'm going to leave you with this video. If you want to see the ULTIMATE combination of Gundam and LED work then just watch this!