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== Full-color LED lighting ==
Site - very comprehensive and meticulous from all points of view, it�s good!
I'm planning to build a silly little toy with 3 LEDs -- one for red, green, and blue --
to show how "additive colors" work (a "color wheel").
(I might just extend it to have a whole spectrum of visible and infrared LEDs, and a prism to show the little spikes in the spectrum that LEDs generate).
"Red, Green, and Blue LED based white light generation"
by Muthu, Schuurmans, and Pashley (2002)
LED illumination applications
"How Many Red, Green, and Blue LEDs to make White"
by Don Klipstein 2001
LED Color Shifting
== "PC Card" PCMCIA ==
== "PC Card" PCMCIA ==

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