Professor John Gallaugher is out with another excellent project tutorial on YouTube.
Tutorial: Build a Python-powered, Bluetooth app-controlled Smart Tie using CircuitPython and the Adafruit Circuit Playground Express Bluefruit. No soldering required. Works well with other garments like skirts and scarves, as well.
The tie is controlled via the free Adafruit Bluetooth app available on iOS and Android.
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Thank you John for this excellent tutorial.
I really appreciated the pace of the presentation. You go straight to the point, while recalling some tips to avoid leaving the learner in difficulty. The speech is relevant and effective. The project you implemented is really great! All the steps are clearly detailed and will allow as many people as possible to reproduce them easily.
I particularly appreciated your talents as a fashion designer 😉
Congratulations and thank you again John for this contribution.