Shared May 15, 2019
How to build a replica DSKY unit using an electroluminescent driver circuit and screen-printed conductive ink.
Source code, PCB files, screen print graphics, etc:
Other folks in the community have been working on authentic DSKY replicas, notably, Fran Blanche: https://hackaday.com/2017/05/29/re-cr... https://youtu.be/hiqibWP2WNA?t=647
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