Just wanted to throw this up here. Been working on some RGB LED turn signals for my car (2008 Mustang GT/CS) I’m using the Adafruit pixels http://www.adafruit.com/products/307 for them, there are 35 in each light. Why you may ask? First off why not! Second I take my car to cay shows and just like to have someone unique that I made myself. Third I had bought some LED bulbs that were advertised to match the stock headlights in color but they are far from it, they ended up very blue like a typical white LED, I was guessing they used warm whites but I was wrong so after making some tail lights for my dads car I figured why not do the same to mine. Anyways here is a video that give info and how they look, I’ll post more as they come along. (Picture of car at end of video!)
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