Hi! I don’t know if you folks read replies of this nature on average to this address, but I just want to say I love your company and watched a bunch of your videos. I’m just a spud with electronics and my skills all revolve around multimedia production, but I think you have one of the best websites around for getting into electronics and working with microcontrollers.
Seriously, your tutorials are great and really got me into working with arduino and basic LED stuff which has been a ton of fun! Over the last year or so, I spent a lot of time making some sculptures combining polymer clay and some components I got from you fine folks with a few arduino units I also got from you too. Basically they are just fancy one of a kind mood lights right now, lol. Unfortunately I admit I had to use some overpriced parts from radioshack as well since that is all we have here in Chicago in my local area, wish you had a Chicago operation! I’d love to hear what you all think of this video and the sculptures with electronics I put together if you have the time of course. 🙂
Thanks for being YOU! Cheers!
A fan in Chicago,
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