A cheap DIY version of Nanoleaf RGB LIGHT with ATtiny85 and WS2812 RGB strip.
Project tutorial by Arnov Sharma
An alarm that triggers a siren sound an police lights when the beam of light is interrupted.
Project in progress by mmgamitoc and Vrcg03
Using Teensy (small Arduino) to power NeoPixels off of an electric skateboard battery.
Project tutorial by Ben Schwartz
Translate music to a dazzling light show with this customizable light controller project. Great for DJs, parties, and 1:1 shows!
Project tutorial by Joshua and Miranda Hansen
Sending Bytes to an 8x8 LED Matrix.
Yet another useless Arduino clock, but i love it.
Project tutorial by Alexander
A fun, colourful RGB LED matrix with a twist!
Project showcase by Unexpected Maker
Christmas is near!
Project showcase by Alexander
Using the power of motion, swipe in 4 directions to change the color of an LED!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
Ten LEDs connected to an Arduino Uno and a potentiometer.
Project tutorial by Tech with Matthew
Binary Clock using LED Matrix module (8x8) and presenting many features: time, date, day of week, week of year and also the Moon phase!
Project in progress by LAGSILVA
This is my project about an Analog Clock on a LED matrix and Arduino.
The LED sequencer is an easy project for beginners to learn how LEDs work.
Project tutorial by Team thefantasticode.Group
Everyone loved Knight Rider. I want to see more KITT scanners in the world.
Project in progress by Peter Gullberg
This project will let you have some fun playing with colors using Arduino analog input / output. Change colors with just a twist.
Project tutorial by Ahmed Hamdy
Musical color for WS2812b, Arduino and PC.
Project tutorial by juraspb
Build a beautiful Holiday Shadow Theater and control the animated scene with your phone.
Project tutorial by Lucas Ainsworth
This project shows the integration of hardware with mobile application. The user can control equipment from his phone over the internet.
Project showcase by Kaustubh Agarwal
This is an original ternary digital clock running with Arduino! It's very simple and unlike anything you've ever seen!
NeoPixel's are awesome you can control hundreds, thousands, millions of lights with 3 wires (pwr, signal, gnd). Let's learn how to use them!
by Austin Detzel
Three LEDs: green, yellow and red that create a traffic light.
Use the orientation sensor in your Arduino 101 to control a cool Petri dish infinity-mirror illusion. This project is great for groups.
Uses a photo resistor to determine whether a room is bright, average or dark. It shows this using 3 LEDs and/or the serial monitor.
Project tutorial by DCamino
A conversation piece with one meter of WS2812b, a $10 clock from a dollar shop, a spare 10mm LED, Arduino Pro Mini, RTC 1307 and hot glue.
Project in progress by JaeKar99
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