An alarm that triggers a siren sound an police lights when the beam of light is interrupted.
Project in progress by Vrcg03 and mmgamitoc
Learn how to make a 3D-printed RGB lamp using a WS2812 LED strip.
Project in progress by Arnov Sharma
A 3D-printed snowflake made with Arduino Uno. Has 91 addressable RGB LEDs.
Project in progress by James Cameron
These libraries for a torch can do different functions. Each version is similar to each other with updated functionality and control.
Project in progress by tinkersprojects
This code is bit more advanced, but make fake candle more realistick.
Project in progress by maxim2511
This Arduino library is for controling RGB LED colour and fading between colours.
We will use 4 LEDs, depending on the level of light that we capture with the LDR sensor.
Project in progress by Rafa Salvador
A spotlight, for stage lighting, with a remote control. The input will be a DMX512.
Project in progress by Manfredi Soldano
Use your Arduino to create a Binary Clock and learn how to read Binary numbers.
Project in progress by Peter Lunk
Multiple Clock Faces
Multiple Settings via Rotary Encoder
CHECK MY OTHER VU PROJECTS.
Project in progress by WannaDuino
The 1/4-60 NeoPixel set up into a Christmas wreath for the holiday season.
Project in progress by S Milliken
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
Phillips made what is called Ambilight, a backlight that responds to what is on screen, but we made it bigger.
Project in progress by Dan Fein
Simple device to control and initialize DALI lamps.
Project in progress by NabiyevTR
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
Meant to be used at a music studio where the sudden sound of the entryphone could be fatal to your recordings but you still ordered pizza.
Project in progress by javier muñoz sáez
Arduino, NeoPixels, Firmata, and a Windows Phone (picked one up for $30 bucks) to control lighting.
Project in progress by Phil Hoffman
Ambientlight for Raspberry PI and Kodi
Project in progress by Pierre Den Gode
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