As the CheerLights projects get more and more refined each year, it is fun to see elegant wireless projects like this one that integrates naturally into the decor of your living room.
(Yeah, I’d put one right next to my 3D printer … doh!)
We discovered a stunning CheerLights Christmas tree display over at Flickr. Rumtopf built a Christmas tree display made up of RGB LEDs to show the latest CheerLights color. The setup is wireless using a Raspberry Pi with a Wi-Fi adapter.
This CheerLights display is absolutely gorgeous.
Thanks Hans Scharler from www.ioBridge.com for the tip!
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