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PiCube is a 4x4x4 LED cube HAT for Raspberry Pi with 5V DC operating voltage. PiCube, a 64 monochromatic (Red, Blue, Green) LED device, is a fun way to learn programming. It is designed to perform incandescent operations with low energy consumptions, robust outlook, and easy installation that make people/kids/users learn the effects of LED lights with a different pattern of colours via the combination of software and hardware i.e. Raspberry Pi.


  • Standard 40 Pins Raspberry Pi Header
  • GPIO Based Communication
  • 64 High Intensity Monochromatic LED
  • Individual LED access
  • Each Layer Access


  • Operating Voltage - 5V
  • Colors - Red/Green/Blue
  • Communication - GPIO
  • LED - 64
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7(L1) 11(L2) 35(L3) 37(L4)
12(L5) 13(L6) 31(L7) 33(L8)
15(L9) 16(L10) 23(L11) 29(L12)
18(L13) 19(L14) 21(L15) 22(L16)

Pin Number Layer
40 Layer 1 (Top)
38 Layer 2
36 Layer 3
32 Layer 4 (Bottom)



  • Stack PiCube on Raspberry Pi 40 Pin GPIO header.
  • Open Git Bash Terminal and clone/download the repository by typing the below command in the terminal:
git clone https://github.com/sbcshop/PiCube.git
  • Your code will be downloaded to the '/home/pi' directory. Use the 'ls' command to check the list of directories and the 'cd' command to enter the directory.
cd PiCube
  • 'demo.py' is an example code for PiCube. Run test file and play with PiCube by running below python command.
python3 demo.py

It will run a different LED pattern on PiCube. You can also modify this code to put your own creativity.