I created a 3d-printed, Wifi-enabled lamp using Adafruit
Neopixels and an ESP32. I put up a full tutorial with examples for hosting
a color-picker webpage on the ESP32, and another example for turning it into
a daylight clock that mimics a day/sunset/night/sunrise cycle that is
accurate to your location and time. The link above has code, parts list and
STL files for printing. Thanks! 🙂
There is a blog post with some helpful info over at Sudomod and you can see more at YouTube!
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