Yet another useless Arduino clock, but i love it.
Project tutorial by Alexander
Use Arduino to run a spectacular Christmas light show. (Both in English and Spanish, en Ingles y Español.)
Project tutorial by Victor Aguilar
Control an RGB LED strip with an Arduino Nano.
Project tutorial by Danilo Bargen and Raphael Nestler
Control RGB or RGBW single-wire addressable WS2811, WS2812 or SK6812 LED strands up to the limits of your power or Micro-Controller memory.
Project tutorial by Whimsy Makerspace
RGB LED backlight with audio signal visualization for room/desk backlightning...
Project tutorial by PhilKey
A nice looking analog style LED POV clock.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
A freeform interactive snowflake animated by Arduino Nano. Using 17 independent PWM channels and touch sensor it can create awesome effects!
Project tutorial by Jiří Praus
Low-cost outdoor lights with DMX control.
Project tutorial by Sebastian Wiessner
I made two NeoPixel sabers controlled by Arduino, with plumbing part hilts that look nice, and animated party modes.
Project tutorial by Modustrial Maker
An interesting light display using 64 glue sticks and 128 WS2812B RGB LED strips.
Project tutorial by John Bradnam
I made this “Living Art” LED lamp from bamboo plywood and an Arduino-controlled 16x16 LED matrix.
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
Musical color for WS2812b, Arduino and PC.
Project tutorial by juraspb
With this tutorial and free apps, you could load any image or text in your Arduino POV.
Project tutorial by Chusocreations
This project combines the WS2812B RGB LED matrix and PIR motion sensor to greet visitors with a text.
Project tutorial by HeathenHacks
Build a 3D printed Lunar Phase Clock for your desk or nightstand.
Project tutorial by G4lile0
Here is how you can build your own RGB LED Glasses very easily and cheap.
Project tutorial by RGBFreak
LED Mood Lamp using the popular WS2812 LEDs!
Project tutorial by Neeraj Rane
Make a cheap and good looking LED matrix.
Project tutorial by RoboCircuits
This smart coffee table illuminates your environment according to the weight of your drink.
Project tutorial by TheTNR
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
An awesome open source, 3D-printed vase stand with addressable RGB LEDs that fade between selectable colors to light up your life.
Project tutorial by vorpalrobotics
Get yourself noticed on the night rides using a light sensor and some shinny leds.
Project tutorial by Marius Dima
Fully RGB controlled lightsaber!
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
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