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December 5, 2016 AT 11:00 am

LED Star

Thanks to Harm for letting us know about their LED star project! Harm writes:

Hi there!

Just in time I finished a LED Christmas decoration using Neopixels and an ESP8266. It’s made of reclaimed wood and aluminium with an fairground light as Neopixel housing. Maybe a nice project for other makers as a Christmas gift.

You’ll find images and details on my website:
http://www.kitesurfer1404.de/tech/led-star/en

I also made a video of me building the star:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJbWD_HiyVE

Read more, get the code from GitHub and see more from kitesurfer1404 on YouTube


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