NEW GUIDE: Yoga Pose Chime @adafruit @johnedgarpark #adafruit #yoga
New Guide Alert — John Park’s Yoga Pose Chime shows how you can build your own gentle pose timer that chimes a soothing tone when it’s time to move on to your next pose.
While practicing Yoga on your own, it can be helpful to use an interval timer to let you know when you have completed a certain pose. While there are myriad apps that offer this functionality that play a sound when the time is right, there is something wonderful about the sound of a physical gong being struck.
This project uses a CLUE board to display poses, proximity control to start your pose timer with the wave of a hand, and a solenoid striker to chime a singing bowl.
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