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Nuts & Volts Magazine (October 2017)

Build the StroboDuino

By Mike Huddleston    View In Digital Edition  


Traditional stroboscopes that used photoflash tubes have been expensive enough that very few hobbyists could own them. The StroboDuino is a hobbyist-grade stroboscope that stops the motion of rotating or reciprocating objects. It uses some of the latest very bright LEDs that rival photoflash tubes. For around $50, you can have your own Stroboscope to use for testing and experimenting with stopping motion.

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