Not your typical wall clock that tells time, it also becomes your wall light panels that lit up your scifi-like bedroom.
In this second tutorial I will be sending text and color data through the internet.
MoveThisWay is an autonomous robot that transports heavy payloads on programmable paths with obstacle detection capability.
Managing address WS2812B strip with ESP8266 via the web interface.
Module measures if distance to others is less than 1.5m. If so, the alarm starts with sound and LED. Stay home, stay safe.
A scrolling text display, using 294 LEDs to simulate a stock exchange ticker.
A DIY home-made giant 10 x 10 LED board, it's bright, colourful and cool.
An interesting light display using 64 glue sticks and 128 WS2812B RGB LED strips.
Simple communication system with lora E32 and Arduino, ideal for simple telemetry.
Use your hand to control the height of a pixel, and then navigate through a map full of obstacles to avoid. Get to the end to win!
its has 5 different animations, light intensity control and sensitivity control. super easy let's start
Contains a linear scale in which the frequency is displayed with an color LED dot which is an integral part of the WS2812 LED strip.
A test system for up to 255 WS2812B RGB LEDs. It can test rings, panels and strips built from WS2812B LEDs.
Lets build a small cute 5*5 RGB LEDMATRIX
A low profile controller for NeoPixel - with easy programming. It's a cool project.
Finally found a use for those old hard drives. Containing 60 RGB LEDs, this unique lamp makes a nice addition to any room.
A colorful butterfly containing 14 WS2812B RGB LEDs driven using a Arduino Digispark.
A Lithophane Floating Lamp for your loved ones.
A physical and portable LED sign in the shape of the Astralis logo.
Yet another Thomas Helmet made from a 3d printer with Attiny85 to control the RGB LED lights.
This is a tutorial that teach you how to show text on a WS2812 LEDs based LED Matrix.
A weather station in the form of a Desk Plant, it fetches the weather data into ESP8266 and represents in RGB colours of the showpiece.
Just a fun prototype I made to facilitate Bluetooth-to-Arduino data controls.