Thought the Christmas season was officially over? Think again!
Last year, we posted a cool project from SparkFun customers Jacob Ford and Zach Cross called the "Treeduino." Basically, the Treeduino was a standard Christmas tree outfitted with an Arduino and an ethernet shield. It was interfaced to the web and to UStream to allow users to change the lights at will. Well, good news - the Treeduino is back! Check it out:
Check out their website to mess with the controls. This year, you can change the color of the star, the tree's lights, turn on and off the banister lights, and a few other things. It's an awesome and oh-so-festive project that is sure to bring a smile to your face. Cheers and Happy Holidays!