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LANp - A DIY Arduino controllable RGB lamp
posted April 12 2014 15:58.22 by spic0m




Steve form Hackshed details the transformation of an old scanner lamp to a network controllable RGB lamp.

"This is something we have really been meaning to write up. A few weeks ago we ripped out an RGB LED from an old Canon Scanner that was laying around and going to waste. Since then we 've been playing around with the RGB LED element and decided to put it to good use.

We have come up with LANp - This is an Arduino and Ethernet Shield that controls an RGB LED colour real-time with a Javascript colour picker."




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