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3D Printed Light-up The Sims Plumbob: Mood Ring for Your Head

3D Printed Light-up The Sims Plumbob: Mood Ring for Your Head
Engineering student/maker/currently selected character Daniel Harari can make his feelings unequivocal with his DIY The Sims Plumbob. The battery-powered accessory has RGB lights that he controls with an Android app via Bluetooth. I think he’s in…
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Philips LED Bulb Less Than $5 Each, 2-for-1 for Now

Philips LED Bulb Less Than $5 Each, 2-for-1 for Now
I find it incredibly annoying that the light bulbs I pick up from Walmart seem to last all of a week, especially in my bathroom. Every other time I turn on the light, one of the…
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Adaptalux Portable Lighting Studio: Opticpus

Adaptalux Portable Lighting Studio: Opticpus
Product designer Sam Granger has been into photography ever since he was a child. He says he’s disappointed by existing lighting equipment on the market because it’s cumbersome and expensive. So he designed the Adaptalux, a…
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Build Upons Bring Light to Your LEGO Creations

Build Upons Bring Light to Your LEGO Creations
LEGO is an awesome system for building just about anything, but the one thing it lacks is illumination. Your LEGO cars don’t have headlights, LEGO homes don’t have interior or patio lights and so on. Well,…
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Awesome Video Game Light Art is Illuminating

Awesome Video Game Light Art is Illuminating
If you are building an game room or home theater and you need some cool geek art, check this out. These pieces of light art are of some cool video game and sci-fi characters.…
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Orphe Light-up Motion Controller Shoes: Flashy Footwear

Orphe Light-up Motion Controller Shoes: Flashy Footwear
Japanese company No New Folk are working on Orphe, a pair of shoes for performers. Each shoe has 100 individually controlled LEDs, an ARM Cortex microprocessor, a Bluetooth chip and a motion sensor that can be…
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Set the Mood from Your Phone with This Color-Changing, Dimmable Smart Bulb

Set the Mood from Your Phone with This Color-Changing, Dimmable Smart Bulb
If you’ve been thinking about upgrading your light bulbs with LED bulbs, you might want to think about going with a bulb that can do more than just light up. After all, once you buy an…
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NeoPixel Flexible RGB LED Matrix: Curves & Colors

NeoPixel Flexible RGB LED Matrix: Curves & Colors
Flexible RGB LED strips usually only have a single row of LEDs. But Adafruit’s new Flexible NeoPixel RGB LED Matrix has 256 LEDs arranged in an 8×32 matrix. It has a thick and flexible PCB backing,…
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DIY Oversized LED Matrix Necklace: iBling

DIY Oversized LED Matrix Necklace: iBling
Here’s a fun project from Al Linke, the creator of the PIXEL. He used the board that he made for his pixel art LED frame to turn an LED matrix into a comically huge and interactive…
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Aura Wireless Christmas Lights: Oh Christmas Tree! Thy Lights Are so Untangled

Aura Wireless Christmas Lights: Oh Christmas Tree! Thy Lights Are so Untangled
A new lighting system on Kickstarter is going to make decorating Christmas trees much easier. Called Aura, it consists of LED balls that are powered wirelessly by an electromagnetic transmitter, which fits inside or at the…
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Arduino Micro Word Clock: Chronocube

Arduino Micro Word Clock: Chronocube
Maker Daniel Rojas came up with an affordable – albeit smaller – alternative to Biegert & Funk’s prohibitively expensive QLOCKTWO word clocks. Daniel made it using an 8×8 LED matrix, an ATMega 328p microcontroller and a …
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Nintendo Power Glove with LEDs: It’s so Bright

Nintendo Power Glove with LEDs: It’s so Bright
If you bought the Power Glove-inspired oven mitts just so you could wear them, you might be happy to know that you can get a light up version of the real thing courtesy of Etsy shop…
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iPhone Merry Charger Makes Your iPhone Merry and Bright

iPhone Merry Charger Makes Your iPhone Merry and Bright
The Christmas season is in full swing with Thanksgiving next week. That means all those decorations that have been in stores since October will start showing up in full force at homes in your neighborhood. If…
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Tokyoflash Kisai Satellite X & Satellite X Acetate: Rust Cohle’s Watches

Tokyoflash Kisai Satellite X & Satellite X Acetate: Rust Cohle’s Watches
Tokyoflash has a new batch of Kisai wristwatches. Naturally, the Satellite X and the Satellite X Acetate have odd eye-catching designs, but they’re actually easier to read compared to the company’s other watches. Both designs have…
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DIY Cyberpunk LED Eyes: I Ask for This

DIY Cyberpunk LED Eyes: I Ask for This
Want to make a Shadowrun, Deus Ex or any cyberpunk or sci-fi costume? Adaruit contributor Tully Jagoe has a great accessory that you might want to replicate. Tully made a head-mounted array of small LEDs that…
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Jack-o-‘lantern with Arduino-powered Eyes: Open Scares

Jack-o-‘lantern with Arduino-powered Eyes: Open Scares
Looking for a geeky twist for your Halloween decorations? Michal Janyst is onto something. He used two 8×8 LED modules and an Arduino Nano to give his jack-o’-lantern a pair of animated eyes. Here’s Michal’s crazy-eyed…
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