2020-12-31 (Th) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_OST

I figured I would have plenty of room inside the box, so I didn't give much attention to how things would lie, and I was generous enough with space that it wasn't a problem. I connected the USB and ribbon cable to the Arduino, and it could all fit neatly. When I powered up the system, my controller came on and immediately began executing the BLINK program from the factory.

When I started connecting the signal wires, I realized it was silly to order them numerically, so I created a new IO list that arranged them for the shortest wire runs. This way, I wouldn't have as many wires crossing over one another.
Updated IO list

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

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