Claire Price made a NeoPixel Easter bonnet for her Hats Off Challenge project:
I’d like to think that my hat is now done. Well version 1.0 at least. I have already started to think of ways that I can improve upon it, but I’d like to think I managed to make what I intended to at the start of the process.
So there is my hat. It’s far better than I thought I could achieve. I’d like to thank Adafruit and Element 14 once again for giving me the opportunity to make it. This process has also resulted in me doing a lot of “firsts”. It was the first time I had attempted to do anything that came under the umbrella “Wearable Technology”, it was the first time I had sewn with conductive thread, it was the first time I had written from scratch my own Arduino code and it was the first time I have ever written a blog! So with that last point in mind I’d like to say: hopefully my posts weren’t too boring and a massive thank you to anyone has taken the time to read them and has given me feedback and helpful hints! I think I may have the “Wearable Technology bug” and can’t wait to move onto new projects in that sphere. Thanks!
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