This 64x64 RGB LED Matrix Panel by DFRobot features 4096 individually addressable full-colour LEDs for exciting animated LED displays!
These 32x64 LED Matrix Panels each feature 2048 fully addressable RGB LED’s with 4mm Pitch, and can be cascaded to create massive dot matrix displays.
Checkout this 16 x 32 RGB LED matrix panel! They have 512 bright RGB LEDs arranged in a 16x32 grid on the front. On the back there is a PCB with two IDC connectors (one input, one output: in theory you can chain these together) and 12 16-bit latches that allow you to drive the display with a 1:8 scan rate.
Equip your Pi with a Multitude of Sensors with an elegantly simple HAT expansion board, featuring an LED Matrix for feedback & joystick for control.
These 32x32 LED Matrix Panels each feature 1024 fully addressable RGB LED’s with 4mm Pitch, and can be cascaded to create massive dot matrix displays.
These 16x32 LED Matrix Panels each feature 512 fully addressable RGB LED’s with 6mm Pitch, and can be cascaded to create massive dot matrix displays.
The RGB LED HAT 8x8 for Raspberry Pi WS2812B brings projects to life with a full range of true colour – Compatible with all revisions of Raspberry Pi’s.
The 8x8 WS2812 Addressable RGB LED NeoPixel Square is a 64bit LED matrix that can display any arrangement of colours at varying brightness levels.
The WS2812B 4x8 RGB LED HAT for Raspberry Pi is a simple and easy to use LED Matrix with True Colour RGB and single-pin control.
LED Dot Matrix Display Module 8x8 x4 MAX7219 4-in-1 For Arduino - Cascading Panel of 4 LED Dot Matrix Modules.
This RGB LED 8x8 Matrix emits red, green and blue light – Capable of being fitted together to make a larger display for scrolling or flashing visuals.
These NeoPixel 4x4 Squares with Addressable WS2812 RGB LED’s are easy to use, and are ideal as fun displays for basic to intermediate projects.
This red LED Tube Display offers integrated common-cathode drivers, as well as cascading and chaining capabilities to connect multiple modules together.
This 8x8 LED Dot Matrix is 38mm long array of 64 red dot pixels in common anode 16-pin format – For creating basic displays or multiplexing experimentation.