Nice bracelet from Brian Ramuno on YouTube.
an upgraded version of the bracelet I made a few months back. this one has a lot more battery life and a lot more LEDs. I think I overdid the battery capacity, but I am going to make another version anyway. But this version came out rather well. I used a Pro Trinket 3v micro-controller and one full meter of Neopixels (144/m). The code runs multiple light trails of different colors on a random pattern at 30% brightness level.
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