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May 9, 2012 AT 8:47 am

Paper Pixels For Mother’s Day

Check out this slick Mother’s Day project from BlipBlip:

We built a paper pixel machine to express our love for our mothers.
It is a portable suitcase containing a modified circuit that allowed us to program a led array displaying text.
Then, we walked around the city shooting our message in different locations.

Love you mom!

I like the way they’ve combined the Mother’s Day message with a hyperkinetic presentation — a sort of sentimental dark futurism.

You might be able to do something like this with the BlinkyGrid, the LoLshield, or the LED pixels we have in the shop too.

 


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