Fun project tutorial from Michael Diamond!
In December 2015 I posted a short movie on Facebook in which I switched on a row of eight LEDs I’d placed in a row on a popsicle stick. The whole apparatus was about 15 cm wide, and controlled by my phone. I’d called it my “Portable, pocket-sized, Internet-connected, phone-controlled, Menorah.”
To my amazement, within a few hours, the movie had been viewed nearly 2,000 times.
So this year, I’m going to document how I did it – while hopefully extending myself beyond the 15cm limit of a popsicle stick.
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