from Michael Barretta via hackster.io
This little album details my Stranger Things light wall halloween costume.
The costume uses an Adafruit LED strand, Arduino Nano, Bluetooth receiver, battery and other components to allow the shirt to be wearable and accept different messages and light patterns. The instructions are sent from a Bluetooth terminal on my phone over a serial connection to the Arduino Nano. Some cobbled together Arduino code runs the whole thing.
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