Make a Feather Boa React to Audio #WearableWednesday
Snazzy wearable from ploopploop on Instructables that will be perfect for all the upcoming in-person concerts:
In this instructable we will be creating an audio responsive RGB feathered scarf. This scarf will be tuned for mainly concerts and festivals (places with loud music in general), but I will also explain how you can tune up or down the sensitivity so that you can even get it to work during a meeting with your colleagues in a quite silent environment.
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