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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-15-2007, 12:23 PM Thread Starter
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I am designing the functions of my taillight and I wanted to see what you guys think.

This is for the function of, "taillight" that is always on constantly.

for brake light ALL the LEDS will illuminate.

It had to be designed in groups of four.


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3



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Why not light up the top two rows of LEDs?
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Of the choices you put out, 1.

But I agree with DF, why not just do the top 2 rows?

Never a bad time to climb... unless the weather is really horrible, and then you climb inside!

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Not wide enough for the human eye, You need to spread it out so it creates a larger footprint.




I thought about it too. thats why I tried stretching it out as much as possible.

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Not wide enough for the human eye, You need to spread it out so it creates a larger footprint.




I thought about it too. thats why I tried stretching it out as much as possible.
I understand, and that makes sense.

#1 is still my choice.

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I like picture #1, it seems like it would be brighter.
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#3 reminds me of the dude from aqua teen hunger force

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Out of all of them I think 1 is the best. But I think you need more of the
L.E.D.'s to be lit. With the sun to your back no one is going to see the
lights until you hit your stop light. Just remember people don't see
BIG YELLOW SCHOOL BUSES!!!! Before they
hit them in the rearend.

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I would go with picture 1, but add the top row and the entire bottom row. I think this would be the easiest to see and add to the cool factor.

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Why is there not a "none of the above" or "who gives a fuck" option?
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i like the first one best.
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I think you should just make a "The Works" bomb and call it a day
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