NeoPixel-Thermo-Hygrometer Displays A Room’s Temperature and Humidity #NeoPixel #Adafruit
Christian Bastel-Leben shared with us a unique project he built around Adafruit NeoPixel strips, saying: “I build a cool looking device that displays the temperature and humidity in a room with the help of your great NeoPixels! Thank you for the product and especially for the library!” Check out project documentation at his site here:
The NeoPixel-thermo-hygrometer is ready! Cornelius was milled with a beautiful body, the front panel is made of TrueLED Plexiglas (black). The thermo-hygrometer shows on the right scale, the temperature of 10-40 ° C and on the left the relative humidity from 0-100% of .
The respective delicate dark green dots indicate the boundaries within which the indoor climate is perceived as pleasant.
[Below] Here I sprayed the sensor with cooling spray: the center point for temperature is slumped down and then changes to blue, the point for the relative humidity is fired up and has this changed to red. The thermo-hygrometer is reminiscent of something between a DNA image and a LCARS display and looks very cool!
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