Customer perception is everything when you’re running a business, particularly in retail. High-quality signage can go a long way into creating a good impression in this respect.
Merry Christmas! And a happy new year! Here you will find some instructions for the christmas card, as well as some technical details. Demo_short.
Hi, I am Giovanni Aggiustatutto and welcome to this Instructable! In this guide we will build some RGB lights to hang on the wall, which have some details that I think are very interesting.
That big space above your kitchen cabinets… what do you have there? Plants? Dust? Some comically big letters that spell something like “EAT?” It’s probably dust. In every place I’ve lived, I’ve never known what to do with that huge blank canvas. I couldn’t just leave it like that…
LED wristbands are now a common feature of large arena concerts and events, with a variety of capabilities and technical implementations. In the video after the break, Wall Street Journal does a fascinating deep dive into these wearable light shows.
One of the coolest things any sound system can have is some kind of musical visualization. Thumping level meters that pump with the volume are a great example, and were particularly popular in the 1980s.
The coaster is made up of six layers of laser cut acrylic. The top and bottom layer are cut out of clear acrylic, providing a flat surface for the coaster. A top pattern layer made of pearl acrylic has a thin piece of vellum put underneath it to provide diffusion for the LED strip sandwiched inside.
You can buy small modules with capacitive touch detection ICs — most often it’s the TTP223, a single-button capacitive model with configurable output modes.
Solar lights are a popular garden decoration. Of course, they’re available cheaply from most hardware and garden stores, but if you’re more of the DIY type, you might like to build your own. [opengreenenergy] has done just that, using recycled materials for a cheap and simple design.
Behold! This is a 35×7 RGB matrix display powered by a Raspberry Pi Pico and a bunch of WS2812B LEDs (Neopixels). I’ve never see anything quite like it on the internet before, hopefully I’m the first!