In this project, we'll combine a gyroscope and NeoPixels to build a device that lights LEDs corresponding to the angle of inclination.
Project tutorial by danionescu
How to make Pixie, a wristwatch that combines both analog and digital clock technology, with the precision of an atomic clock.
Project tutorial by Konstantin Dimitrov
The LEDog collar lights up when it gets dark, helping you locate your dog from far away.
Project showcase by circuito.io team
Move your drone racing skills to the next level with these interactive air gates!
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
I made a eye-ball using LED Tape Neopixel. It blink and pupil is moved to the left and right.
Project tutorial by HomeMadeGarbage
Wireless charger with interactive light effects that can change the lighting according to the music to make your desktop more interesting.
Project showcase by diy chen
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
This alarm clock is an attempt to get our toddler to stay quiet in the morning while we try to continue sleeping.
Project tutorial by Patrick Prescott
RC light controller for driving 5 banks of 4 ws2812 led lights, using throttle, sterring, and chanel3 of an RC car.
Project showcase by RC Stuff
Adding a moving red eye to the iconic Terminator Glasses.
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
A Hackster logo badge made with LEDs from Elegoo.
Build a wearable flashy "jelly fish skirt" using LED strings and optic fibers. Durable enough to dance and wear to parties or Burning Man!
Project tutorial by buzzandy
Use at your own risk!
by Konstantin Dorohov
A test system for up to 255 WS2812B RGB LEDs. It can test rings, panels and strips built from WS2812B LEDs.
Project tutorial by John Bradnam
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
How to hack an ikea dioder to make it an IoT device. The project uses the mysensors opensource libraries.
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