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Christmas Tree Ornament powered by Arduino
posted November 24 2010 8:34.20 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Less than 31 days left till Christmas, and AltoMesi from Lifelong Learning began making his Christmas tree ornaments. He designed this piece himself for his family and his friends. 16 LEDs blink on the perimeter of the PCB, while 4 more blue SMD LEDs are mounted on top of the PCB and flashes from time to time. More info can be found in his website.

[Link: Lifelong Learning]
Tags: electronic project   led   microcontroller   arduino   artistic   games and fun   

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