Hackaday readers have certainly seen more than a few persistence of vision POV displays at this point, which usually take the form of a spinning LED array which needs to run up to a certain speed before the message becomes visible. The idea is that the LEDs rapidly blink out a part of the overall image, and when they get spinning fast enough your brain stitches the image together into something legible. But [Andy Doswell] has recently taken an interesting alternate approach to this common technique. In a blog post, [Andy] gives some high level details on the build.
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