Hello everyone. For my current project I am using 2x 32x64 LED panels. Mounted on the back the panel is a Teensy 3.6, SmartLED Shield v4, and the Adafruit Bluetooth Low Energy chip. I made an Android app that controls various aspects of the LED and made a simple “game” from it that is basically an interactive animation that plays on the LED panel.
Anyways, this whole thing is powered by an Anker battery pack and needs to be portable. I have loose wires connecting the Bluetooth chip and the Teensy/SmartLED on a breadboard. Of note the jumper wires are going from the breadboard directly onto the SmartLED shield. Only the bluetooth board is using the breadboard. The SmartLED/Teensy is just using it as a place to sit.
So far the loose wires haven’t accidentally come out but I want something more permanent. Any ideas on how I can do this and keep the easy connectivity that the SmartLED shield provides? I’ve read about protoboards but I still can’t see how this would work in my setup. How would I attach the Teensy/Smart LED shield and the Bluetooth chip to the protoboard?
Attached is a picture of my setup.