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December 29, 2013
News - New Product Friday: Gestu…
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about 10 months ago
They have nice vibration sensors on adafruit for very cheap. ~2 dollars each. vibration sensor
You guys do realize Adafruit has a board and a button cover just like this for about $10.
Make sure you protected the data and the first LED with a resistor(330-550) and check Adafruits Neopixel guide cause these addressable LED’s are really picky ( cause that’s all they are really)
I don' think theres a cap inside but it doesn’t hurt. FYI put a small resistor(330-550) between the first LED and the data pin or you’ll get this weird black cloud in your LED! (somehow it still works!)
By the time you’ve added the text to speech chip it’s barely $10 cheaper than the Emic 2. It’s smaller, less robot like and has has lots of cool features. Check it out Emic 2
News - LilyPad MP3 Giveaway!
I love the idea of integrating things we use everyday right into our clothes.
The DJ Hoodie: A lilypad mp3, with an accelerometer and some headphones. By monitoring the accelerometer it can determine what your doing. Each action triggers a different song or playlist (running, dancing, loitering etc.), simple audio controls with DIY fabric pads on the sleeves, and a one touch programmer so you can tweak actions on the fly.
about a year ago
yeah it also works with the AVR programing cable.
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