December 16, 2015 AT 2:00 am

Jeff’s LED Santa Hat #WearableWednesday

Nice Santa hat build from YouTube user JeffBuckAlbany.

Merry Christmas everybody.
This hat is made using an Adafruit FEATHER-Proto mico controller and a matrix of LED’s (Led Strip). Some of this video was shot before I had the FEATHER. I was using an Arduino during the test phase. The hat runs on a LiPo battery and runs for about 6 hours depending on the animation. The reason the sign doesn’t say “Merry Christmas” yet is because I’m out of memory and I have not yet come up with better code to fix the issue.
I hope you all have a great holiday!

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