An infinity mirror with an RGB LED strip that can change its color using Infineon's 3D magnetic sensor knob connected to an Arduino MKR1000.
Project tutorial by Abdullah Sadiq
Arduino, NeoPixels, Firmata, and a Windows Phone (picked one up for $30 bucks) to control lighting.
Project in progress by Phil Hoffman
A WiFi controlled NeoPixel display. Designed for the MKR1000 but should work for the Zero too. A little rough around the edges but works!
Project tutorial by Colin Russell-Conway
Automate your Christmas tree and get notified when motion is detected around the tree!
Project tutorial by Benny Estes
A project utilizing the mkr1000 and 960 ws2812b to display a picture on the wall, you take a photo with the smartphone and you can see it!
Project showcase by Almog Wald
Using the power of a winning idea, an MKR1000, and a TLC5940 to add RGB lighting to my workspace.
Project showcase by Keith Mitchell
Remotely control your RGB LED strip from your pc.
Project tutorial by Stefano Gerli
An application to rule the neopixels all.
Project showcase by Andres Santos
A simple, original and cheap Christmas tree made with LED-illuminated plastic straws that can be controlled over WiFi.
Project showcase by Auri Botines
Set LED RGB light Scenes remotely
Project showcase by Nikita Polyakov
A cool star decoration for Chritmas Trees powered by Arduino MKR1000
Project tutorial by Balázs Simon
This project is dedicated to my parents, but you can also use it for surprise events for someone special.
Project tutorial by Muhammad Afzal
I will be showing you how to make your own wired LEDs for Christmas Sweater.
by Vadim Aleksandrovich
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