How to Build a Custom LED Slatted Wall – Studio Tour (Part 3)
How to Build a Custom LED Slatted Wall – Studio Tour (Part 3)
In this video I’m going to show you how you can create your own custom LED slated wall. From learning how to build a slated wall, to choosing the LED lights, I will show you everything you need to know. https://geni.us/led-slated-wall
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Part 1 – https://youtu.be/HO9j9wTkmE0
Part 2 – https://youtu.be/IcXdb2HTmEo
Part 3 – https://youtu.be/boNV7AiDxpk
1:37 Choosing the Slats
2:48 Preparing the Slats
5:15 Using a Router for LED Strips and Cabling
8:08 Selecting LED Strips, Power, and Controllers
12:41 Wiring and Soldering the LED Strips
16:56 Power Injection
19:00 Troubleshooting and Testing
20:58 Hiding Cabling
22:39 Installing the Slats
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The way you ran into issues and then showed us how you solved them was extremely refreshing and appreciated. You used every obstacle as an excuse to learn more and complete your project.
Man!!! come and build it for me 🙂
What a beautiful wall. Never going to do this but throughouly enjoyed your video and how cohesive and well put together it was.
That’s Awsome if your living in another dimension. Maybe a world thats based on the 80’s
This might address the FLICKERING: https://youtu.be/b13VLiK7AOU?t=787
How to install these woods on a concrete wall? Ty
Can you use metic units in your next video?
Imperial is so fustrating. Fantastic outcome!!
Great project! I just don’t understand why you would prefer 5v over 24v when you had to add extra power for 3 times.
Great video. Looking to do something similar with my room project. How did you hard the wires at the top of the LED strips?
I may have missed it, but what did you use to put over the LED Lights? That clear tubing thing that makes the lights work a lot better.
I imagine the backup data cable was working as an active antenna causing you issues. Very thin unshielded cable picking up noise. Doesn’t take very much noise to create a signal especially if it’s being amplified by the controller.
This seems like so much work for this. But, the different sized leds does give that Harry Potter floating candle effect, and it looks like they go further back then they actually are. So its like it gives it depth, which is cool looking. I like it. But doing all of this myself one day. idk.
Your data run was too long… you needed a repeater to stop the flickering.
I recommend checking out black diffusers.
They blend in with the black slatts, but also great when you have lighter slatts and have leds in between.
What is the length of your wall?
Is there anything out there to let you drive leds like this using a video. I imagine something like a canvas for you to place where your light features are, or where in the x and y you want each feature to sample from, and uses various videos to drive the leds? Does wled do this?
This was an excellent, informative, well-filmed video. Thank you!
Looks incredible! The sanding paid off big time. For your flickering, best guess is you had a short on one of the backup data connections. I have soldered hundreds of LED strips together and use a magnify glass and bright light. Even then sometimes you can’t see the one strand that bridges the data to ground or power. Those 4 pin strips are a MFer to work with. You deserve a medal for getting them to work.
Nice proyet whish panels you use
Try WLED on a Esp32 next time.
@17:51 DEFINITELY, you SHOULD connect the red wires together and the black as well. This way, by injecting power on both ends, you can halve the number of power injections for the same result (or keep the same number and improve brightness AND flickering). PLUS you should connect grounds together on separate supplies (and only grounds, not VCC)
Man this looks fantastic. Thanks for the inspiration!
18.49 the red clips are bad to use, can create bad connections
This is cool! I recommend SK6812 LEDs as they have a white channel so the white is much more balanced and brighter. Also would highly recommend WLED
Thanks for the explanation but this thing is still complicated to me.
Foda pra caralho!
Where can I find the justin bieber photo with the slat wall?
Beautiful and amazing. I would do all the work before painting them.
Looks good and clean. Just curious what the lenses of the LEDs look like when the lights are turned on during the day? How visible are there where is the slats are black?
amazing and thanks for sharing all your details.
Best tutorial for this project on the Internet
This video is great and all but where do I get your shirt? 🙂
Wait, why not put the LEDS in the dark recesses where they won’t show up till you turn them on?
kudos to the well-put-together tutorial! I know that it took a lot more work than many could imagine, so I just wanted to point that out and show my appreciation! Plus, the outcome looks incredible!
using MDF might be easier??
How is the cleaning of this wall. I can imagine there will be a lot of dust and spiderwebs behind them after a bit of time. Any infos on that?
Great video! To fix your flicker, add a resistor to the data line. See it @ 13:40 in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b13VLiK7AOU
this is why electrician charge so much because its not as simple as putting up a few leds.