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Member Since: February 14, 2011

Country: United States

  • I think that a simple array of LEDs with varying sizes on a flexible circuit board would be cool. It would be broad enough that people could use it for lots of different applications. It could be used in E-Textiles like on a shirt or arm band to display pictures or other information. It could also be used to put on odd shaped objects like cylinders or cones where conventional circuit boards would not work. You could also add an Arduino so that everything would be on the flex circuit. It is hard to get a fully customizable flex circuit board since adding solder, like on protoboard, reduces flexibility. Therefore, the circuit has to be pretty close to complete without much need to add components, except for perhaps a few wires, when sent to the customer to retain flexibility. I think a simple array of LEDs would reach the most people and make for some really neat projects.

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