Wearable Electronics with Becky Stern 01/15/2014 – LIVE
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The cyber falls wig has inspired me to try and make a robot outfit for my daughter, but I want to expand it to not only have the neo pixels in, but also EL wire. I was wondering is it possible to control the EL wire from a Trinket/Flora? Or would I be better off just using a pocket EL inverter so that it’s static?