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After testing each matrix to make sure it worked, I used super glue to join the matrixes together. You don't want to find out after you have superglued them that there is an issue with your wiring! I also glued several posts onto the matrixes to support them. Later I'll make some holes in my mounting board to accept these stands. If you have some other form factor that you want to use, then you can make whatever accommodations you want.
I wired up the connections on the back of the matrixes in parallel. I then wired the 96X8 matrix to an Arduino Uno to test the large matrix. I didn't calculate the power draw but I imagine it will be way too much for the Arduino. I used an Uno to test, and a YUN on the final board.
The pins are different on the YUN. Below is the program I came up with to display a string on the large matrix. There is probably a more elegant way to make all the matrixes work together, but this made sense to me. What I am doing is setting an offset for each 16x8 matrix based on their location in the 96x8 matrix.
So each matrix will be displaying the string all the time, but as the string starts on the right side of the large matrix, the smaller matrixes are offset so that they are displaying the string at a position "off screen".
Eventually, they will work their way up to the start of the string. The position is updated each time through the loop via updateTicker. I used the comparison of milliseconds to trigger the updates since I will want to be doing other stuff between updates such as pulling the updated bitcoin prices, adjusting brightness, etc. If I used a wait, the microprocessor would not be able to go do "other stuff.
I didn't want to spend a lot of money on a housing, so I just cut an oak board to approx 2 foot long, routed the edges to make them round. I then used a straight router bit to make an area in the back of the board to accommodate parts and wires, and to thin the board so the pots and switch could reach through.
This works fine, but you have to go slow with the router. To mount the matrix to the board, I first placed the board with the posts on the top of the board and marked the post locations. Let it dry for 24 hours. I updated the Linux side of the Yun and then connected to my network. That way it could fetch data for the Arduino side of the board.
Below is my code. I struggled with several aspects of the program and bounced around the internet trying to find clues to making it work. Frankly, there is probably some code in here that is from another programmer that I forgot to acknowledge or make a comment about the source. That can be a problem with doing a project over a couple of months with just a few minutes here and there. Great instructable and easy to follow! It's nice to see that more people are interested in making such price tickers.
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