Wearable Electronics with Becky Stern 1/14/2015 – LIVE 2pm ET
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I work for a great company that does a “Mad Science Friday” event every couple of months. Basically you get one full workday (9am-6pm) to start create and finish a project of your choosing. I was thinking of making a cool wearables project with my arduino. More specifically a company tee shirt with animated graphics. I have a Neo pixel Jewel, a 16 Neo pixel ring, EL wire, a 16 x 32 smart matrix board and various RGB and assorted color LEDs. So here are my questions:
1.) What would be best to use for said project out of these?
2.) Is there something else i should use rather then what was listed?
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