Must have been something featured on Hacked Gadgets, there should be a link with more info.
Sorry, there is no code that was saved for that project.
Good to hear from you.
Yes you can.
You can find them in the store (there is a link at the top of the page that will take you there)
Here is the LED category page:
I would think the best thing for this would be to use an Arduino and some shields. That would get your project along very quickly. Google Sparkfun or Adafruit for these parts.
It is now available. There is now an option to select the on one at a time option when ordering the controller.
Glad you enjoyed it!
Sure, my email address is listed here.
The system will work fine there. The new power supplies that we have are universal (110V or 240V) but the prongs are the north american style. You could get the power supply locally to power the controller also. Any power supply that outputs between 9 and 12 volts DC and at least 500mA will work fine.
Right now the controller turns off the lights one at a time but turns them on all at once. This feature will be available in the near future since so many people are asking for it.
Sorry, it is only currently available in kit form. It is all through hole though so this would be the best time to learn.