I stumbled upon this fun video by Roberto Marquez where he demonstrates an extension of Mike Barela’s Circuit Playground Kaleidoscope project code ported to the Circuit Playground Yo-Yo – which itself has been further amp’d up here on the Adafruit Learn System too! Now users have a few options to choose between with regards to both design and interaction – awesome!
The modified code for Marquez’s motion-activated sound yo-yo can be found here on GitHub.
And here’s the yo-yo with Circuit Playground as modified by Noe & Pedro Ruiz:
Check out this complete NeoPixel Circuit Playground yo-yo project here on the Adafruit Learn System.
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