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Sound Reactive LED Matrix Mask

2021-09-14

[TechnoChic] creates a sound reactive LED matrix mask.

lady gaga vma cosplay led matrix mask

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submitted by [abetusk]

Inverta

2021-09-10

[Jennifer Townley] creates a kinetic chandelier called Inverta

Inverta

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Kraken RGB PCB

2021-09-02

[Jason Coon] creates a Kraken RGB LED PCB with diffusor.

kraken rgb pcb

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submitted by [abetusk]

Musical Glove

2021-07-05

[Gaetano Licata] creates a musical glove from a microbit.

musical glove

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submitted by [abetusk]

Laser Shark LED Coaster

2021-04-28

[Fred Temperton] creates a laser shark LED coaster.

laser shark LED)

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submitted by [abetusk]

Eye Webcam

2021-04-23

Marc Teyessier creats an anthropomorphic webcam.

eye webcam

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submitted by [abetusk]

Ferrofluid Speaker

2021-04-23

[DAKD Jung] creates a ferrofluid speaker.

ferrofluid speaker

There's a build log on Hack-a-Day showing details of the build.

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submitted by [abetusk]

E-Ink Clock

2021-04-03

[SQFMI] creates an E-Ink clock.

e-ink clock

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submitted by [abetusk]

RGB LED Dice

2021-03-21

[Jean Simonet] creates RGB LED "smart" dice called Pixels Dice.

pixels on kickstarter

The dice look to be open source hardware, with firmware for the dice and software to interface with them via Bluetooth available on GitHub.

The dice know their orientation when they land and can light up accordingly. They can communicate back their position, opening the possibility of novel interfaces, such as speaking which face they landed on, and allowing custom light patterns for different rolls.

[Jean Simonet] has videos on the creation process, including solder, casting and testing the dice.

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submitted by [abetusk]

Tiny Laser Cutter

2021-03-21

[Mike Rankin] creates a tiny laser cutter.

burninator

Source is available on GitHub.

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submitted by [abetusk]

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