LED LightShow Goggles with MakeCode, NeoPixels and Adafruit Trinket M0 #MakeCode #NeoPixels #Trinket @MSMakeCode @Adafruit
YouTube user MakeCode and Hardware has a new video out with a pair of LED goggles using NeoPixel rings and an Adafruit Trinket M0 microcontroller running Microsoft MakeCode, the easy to use block programming language.
Here’s a hat with goggles and 12 x LED Neopixel light rings for fun, wearable light shows!
Adafruit Trinket M0 : you do not want the Trinket 5v, because it will not work with MakeCode, you want the Trinket M Zero (Trinket M0)170 tie hole solderless breadboard. I used double sided green gardener Velcro tape to secure the goggles to the hat. Velcro squares are stuck to the hat to then stick to the green strip.
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