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Temperature-Sensitive Infinity Mirror [Project]
posted May 30 2014 11:28.02 by spic0m




Instructables member spacedandy made this temperature-sensitive infinity mirror:

"As per an assignment in my digital multi-media class, I've combined two Arduino-related tutorials into a functional object! The result is a pair of infinity mirrors that flash red and blue depending on minute fluctuations in ambient temperature.
This is my first experience with Arduino, and my first attempt at building an electronic device from scratch,that is to say, there's lots of rough edges and things I'd do differently if I were to approach this project again, but overall I'm happy with the outcome and think it looks hella sweet on my desk at home."



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