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MacG
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Like a spinning spoked wheel?

I have also a speed trap, but it's mobile for TT and H0 scale, shows MPH or KM/H, and has no animation. It needs a casing yet.
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Re: GANDTT

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Maybe. I have now a very small locomotive moving on the screen - maybe I will make it bigger or something similar.
In my code I also intergrated the different scales (I will maybe build a second portable one).
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Out of curiosity, what language are you programming in?
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The Arduino is usually programmed in C++ for Arduino (simplified version with its own Arduino IDE development program) it was also very new to me. Before I programmed all these kind of chips in Assembler with Atmel Studio. Last year I took several lessons to learn the Arduino language.
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Gotcha. Cool.
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