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June 21, 2017 AT 11:00 am

Tangible Interactivity with NeoPixels

From Ian Switzer-Lambrick on vimeo

An Adafruit NeoPixel strip that is being controlled simultaneously by an accelerometer and a lux sensor. The code reads that reducing light into the lux sensor increases the brightness of the LEDs, and altering the roll of the accelerometer changes the phase of the LED sine animation.

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