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Wearable Color Organ on a McCall’s M6028 Misses’ Princess Seam Dress | #WearableWednesday @hackadayio

Kudos to Hackaday.io user moko for their execution and styling of their Color Organ Dress project, complete with PCB traces up the center of the McCall’s M6028 dress, the traces visually appearing to lead to a number of the sewn-on NeoPixels which are being driven by a Gemma M0 and MEMS microphone breakout. The whole thing looks fantastic!

I made a dress which functions as a color organ (a device to measure volume and to make that visual accordingly on LEDs so to say)

Read more here. See the complete project here.

And h/t Microchip for the tip!



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