Frustrated with the prices for high quality grow light systems? Let's design a fully controllable, easy to adjust, open-source LED panel.
Project tutorial by Dmitrii ALBOT
Use Arduino to run a spectacular Christmas light show. (Both in English and Spanish, en Ingles y Español.)
Project tutorial by Victor Aguilar
Lightshow created from a cylinder of 288 RGB LEDs.
Project tutorial by Doug Domke
Set up your Arduino and Raspberry Pi to control lighting and animation on an RGB LED strip from your smartphone or PC.
Project tutorial by Bruno Portaluri
Build a 3D printed Lunar Phase Clock for your desk or nightstand.
Project tutorial by G4lile0
An interesting light display using 64 glue sticks and 128 WS2812B RGB LED strips.
Project tutorial by John Bradnam
I made two NeoPixel sabers controlled by Arduino, with plumbing part hilts that look nice, and animated party modes.
Project tutorial by Modustrial Maker
Create a cool fire simulation effect with Wi-Fi wireless control. An Android app is also ready to play with your creation!
Project tutorial by ElectroPeak
A nice looking analog style LED POV clock.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
This project allows the user to create their own light animations!
Can modify each frame, the speed, and loop count.
Project tutorial by Reid Paulhus
I made an LED eyeball controlled by a Nintendo Wii Nunchuck Controller.
Project tutorial by HomeMadeGarbage
Chromotherapy light with Raspberry and Arduino. Use your WebCam to identify your happiness status and turn on the light color of your room
Project tutorial by Davide Longo
It's a dimmer switch! Create your own touch interface for controlling your Philips Hue lights using Bare Conductive's conductive paint.
Project tutorial by Brian Carbonette
LED Mood Lamp using the popular WS2812 LEDs!
Project tutorial by Neeraj Rane
What do you get when you cross light-up shoelaces, some NeoPixels, and a 3D-printed mount? A pretty cool display!
Project tutorial by Brian Lough
I made a eye-ball using LED Tape Neopixel. It blink and pupil is moved to the left and right.
Move your drone racing skills to the next level with these interactive air gates!
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
This infinity mirror with individual programmable LEDs loops through 20 light effects, guards your room in the dark and plays a memory game.
Project tutorial by Wpeeters
This cube is easy to build with no circuit board and minimum external components; and it comes with a lot of animations and effects.
I tried controlling the display of flexible LED matrix with 3D gesture sensor.
Jacques Cousteau style scuba mask turned into an infinity mirror with programmable RGB LEDs controlled by an Arduino.
Project tutorial by Curt White
Warn users of the direction you are going to take, just by saying left! or right!
Project tutorial by Alvaro Gonzalez-Vila
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to control a LED with Cortana using Windows 10 Application (UWP), Arduino Uno and Bluetooth Interface.
Project tutorial by Mohamed Emam
This may be the easiest RGB cube you've ever seen - nothing but an UNO and 125 LEDs!
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