Make a Light Box DJ with Arduino. via instructables
‘The Light Box’ is a wooden, desk accessory designed to react to the music being played and is ideal for drum pads and DJs. Composed of a oak frame, the music box uses an Arduino Uno in combination with an MSGEQ7 chip and two audio jacks to brighten your musical experience via a matrix of NeoPixels. These NeoPixels are hidden under a one sided mirror, which acts as a mirror when the NeoPixels are off and acts as a protective shield when the lights are on.
Music & Performance by iMC.
Step 1: Parts
1 x Arduino Uno
1 x MSGEQ7
1 x Power Supply (5V, 4A)
1 x bread board
36 x NeoPixels
2 x 100 nF capacitor
1 x 10 nF capacitor
1 x 33 pF capacitor
1 x 1000 μF Capacitor
1 x 200 kΩ resistor
1 x 330 Ω resistor
2 x Audio Jack
1 x push button
1 x 10 ft oak board
1 x MDF board
1 x 3 ft pine board
1 x one-way mirror
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