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James Poole has taken a string of Neopixels…and hooked it up to an Arduino. He’s then taken a Raspberry Pi and used it to control the Arduino via a web interface. James then mounted the whole lot on a block of wood and a metal strip to turn it into a rough piece of furniture. Much blinkiness, and he’s uploaded all the code so you can try it out yourself. Read more over at his blog and checkout the code here.
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