Nice LED sunglasses from SupaTreadz on YouTube
I always make some sort of light up sunglasses for music festivals and they are always sound-reactive and usually awesome. This is the latest version. I made them using an Adafruit trinket microcontroller (arduino compatible), several neopixel LEDs, a microphone, and my custom PCB that I made in Fritzing.
Here is my code: https://github.com/SupaTreadz/TrippyS…
The code has a lot more Neopixel functions in it, which unfortunately I was not able to fit on the trinket (thinking of changing to the larger trinket pro so I can fit more awesomeness!)
First mode is sound-reactive, second mode is rainbow fade, and third mode is random lights or “Stranger Things” mode 🙂
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