Managing address WS2812B strip with ESP8266 via the web interface.
A scrolling text display, using 294 LEDs to simulate a stock exchange ticker.
MoveThisWay is an autonomous robot that transports heavy payloads on programmable paths with obstacle detection capability.
A system that gives my bike front and tail lights, a turn signal, and a speedometer, all in a clean and simple design.
I built a 3D scanner that can predict whether peanut M&Ms have peanuts in the center, or are pure chocolate.
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 low profile controller for NeoPixel - with easy programming. It's a cool project.
Motors, LEDs, and Christmas trees. Make your very own electronic zoetrope and hang it on your tree.
A giant 10 x 10 LED board game of Battleships all controlled by an old 1960s Swiss rotary Bakelite phone.
In this project I use addressable RGB LEDs to make a linear clock. The clock will be connected to Google Calendar to show my appointments.
A physical and portable LED sign in the shape of the Astralis logo.
I created and 3D printed an Avatar Aang Head and put RGB LEDs inside it to make it glow like he is in the Avatar State.
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.