Make your own gesture-controlled Wizard's Walking Staff that lights up to different spells when you perform gestures. You shall not pass!
Project tutorial by Lucas Ainsworth
Use the orientation sensor in your Arduino 101 to control a cool Petri dish infinity-mirror illusion. This project is great for groups.
Build a beautiful “infinity mirror” Illusion that you can control by changing this mirrors' orientation. Rotate for changing colors!
The snow animation lights shine through the pinholes in the sheet of paper to "project" a pinhole snow animation on the wall. Each LED pixel causes the lights to project in a different place on the wall, making one "frame" in the animation. Nothing's actually moving, just the location of the light source... so the animation smoothness is limited by how close together the LED lights are... The chasing lights = chasing pinhole snow on the wall. Fading the LEDs wouldn't make the animation smoother, it would just blur the transition between "frames" of animation. Maybe it would look nice, though!
Hi, The original wires are stranded, not solid core. Stranded wires are flexible, but they're not good for plugging into the Arduino's pin-sockets because they tend to fray.
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