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August 10, 2016 AT 12:00 am

Color Organ Dress Made with Gemma and Neopixels #WearableWednesday

Check out this full length tutorial video from Electromagnetic Field

https://media.ccc.de/v/emf2016-281-ho…

We’d like to present a wearable color organ dress (basically a LED-phonometer) and talk about how it was made from sewing to programming. Hardware is an Adafruit Gemma, 22 neopixels and a microphone. Moko would present the dress on stage and give a how to on sewing the dress and attaching the neopixels, including the problems we ran into, zakx would explain the programming.

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