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Pi Day RGB pi sign

Alan writes in:

To help celebrate PI Day (March 14th – 3/14), my 10 year old daughter made a Pi sign out of the RGB LED Strip from Adafruit. (controlled by an Arduino Uno). She learned to program the Arduino taking a class I taught. The book I wrote for the class can be downloaded for free from introtoarduino.com

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1 Comment

  1. Now that is what I’d call a proud smile, and rightfully so – nice work!

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