It's not a light bulb, it's three LEDs attached to what (sort of) looks like a light bulb. All controlled by a mini-touch kit.
Project showcase by Maddy
Turn any outfit into a light up outfit, for prom, homecoming, weddings, or any other occasion!
Project tutorial by Maddy
One shirt, thirty-six LEDs, endless possibilities.
Ever tried to get out of bed quietly at night only to trip over something and wake up the whole house?
Project tutorial by T3ch Flicks
A pen plotter adapted with a brush to paint in oil.
Project showcase by Guiye Perez Bongiovanni
There is no doubt that you will love this wall clock.
Project tutorial by TheTNR
I actually had around 6 leds per pin wired in parallel and never had issues with the board. I think what you have to look out for is the battery, the lights won’t be as bright when you add more, so if you hook up too big of a battery trying to keep the lights bright you’ll fry the board. I used a standard portable phone charger and other than that there wasn’t anything special I had to do to keep from frying the board. I remember having similar concerns and I’m still not sure why there are so many places that say there’s such a small number of leds you can power off of any pin.
Thanks for the input, but I actually already have made a fiber optic dress. Check out my post on it https://www.hackster.io/Maddy/fiber-optic-homecoming-0829ea
All components used are technically washable but I air on the side of caution and wear a tank top underneath to avoid washing it.
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