So i just created my first project using the trinket 3v version.
I bought it for this project specifically and i completed it in two days. I’m a member of the 501st Legion (a worldwide star wars costuming organization) and we make screen accurate costumes. One of the challenges we have is getting the props to look right, specially lights and sounds. This is where I found lots of potential for the trinket, it has enough memory for simple programs that do not require more than 5 io’s etc.
So when I saw what the trinket could do I just went and bought two. This is the first one and I will start working on the next: Automatic helmet ventilation.
One thing I could not get to work is the pin4 PWM its no biggie but i just couldn’t make it work.
Thanks for watching. And thanks to Adafruit for this awesome device, It’s going to be in most if not all of my props from now on.
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