I finally got around to writing up my wedding dress light
project that my wife wore to our wedding in 2016. It uses Neopixels, A
Powerboost 1000C and Adafruit Huzzah Breakout amongst others. Thanks for
making such awesome gear.
Last year I got married to my wonderful wife and I had to bring some tech to the wedding. So I built lights into my wife’s wedding dress and on a T-shirt to wear under my shirt. See the finished dress below.
48 Neopixels 36 on the dress + 12 Neopixels on the t-shirt.
Adafruit Powerboost 1000C
TL-WR710N wireless router – A great portable wireless router
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