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From Maker Faire – 3D Printed Light-Up at Night Dog Collar #MakerFaire

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Young maker Blythe Serrano shared a pet wearable project built around a number of Adafruit components at Maker Faire this past weekend. Great project!

3D Printed Light-Up at Night Dog Collar:

This dog collar is 3D printed with a flexible filament. It uses a small light detecting circuit inside it to make LEDs turn on at night. The tag can be printed in different colors and shapes.

Blythe Serrano

Hi, I’m Blythe Serrano. I love making, especially wearable electronics. My newest project is a 3D printed dog collar which lights up in the dark.

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