The “Swirly” project explored in which ways a water swirl can be transformed into a data representation. By changing the color and the depth of the swirl, data can be encoded similar to a bar graph, but in an unusual form. A Raspberry Pi functioned as a microcontroller that ran the main program code, reacted on input by the ultrasonic sensor and controlled the LEDs and the speed of the motor.
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