Hack your Holiday Decorations

Make a light display that dances to music! An LED menorah! A New Year's disco ball!

Check out the tutorials and get inspired for your holiday displays.

Bringing an arduino, laptop, and other parts is encouraged, however I'll have a station for arduino newbies to play with an arduino and LEDs and I'll also have a couple of holiday kits for sale if you forget to bring your own.

As always, newbies are totally welcome, and if you don't have a project, come hang out, chat, and get inspired!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Whoever it was with the IR thermometer, I didn't catch your name. Here's a link to hack that uses a cheap wifi router, to give your arduino wireless connectivity.


    Interesting stuff... seems like a much better solution than an $80 shield.

    2 · December 7, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Good to see everyone. Looks like we have a great group of people here! It's easy to tell when a meetup goes 2 hrs past when it's supposed to end. :)

    Message me if you live up north and are interested in meeting up more often. I attend the Active, Creative, Intelligent - Everett meetup, which is very small, and right now we are collaborating on Arduino projects.

    December 7, 2012

  • Brian G.

    I have my Christmas ornament from last year, have a few ideas for this year. I can bring last year's project and work on this year's. Sounds like fun!

    1 · November 8, 2012

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