28 Jun 2011
I have been talking about finishing this for more than a year — and it’s finally done! Watch the video for more info. Here’s all mentioned links:
Very nifty! Almost as pretty as you.
Make three colours of LEDs, with low frequency sounds lighting up one colour, medium frequency lighting another, and high another.
I agree with the above, would give a nifty effect.
[...] Skipp] wrote in to share a project she has been working on bit by bit, for over a year – an LED VU meter scarf. The project was originally going to be built using a custom PCB, but no matter how long she spent [...]
[...] in pentru a partaja un proiect ea a fost de lucru pe bucată cu bucată, de peste un an – un LED UV eşarfă de metru . Proiectul a fost iniţial va fi construit folosind un PCB particularizat, dar nu contează cât [...]
Very cool! Almost as pretty as Michael.
This project Is EXACTLY why I started with interest in electronics but I wanted to make a UV tie that I could wear to the dance clubs around campus (80s era dance clubs). the stiff nature of the neck tie made it more conducive to pcb construction. I orginally said my roommate (an electronics engineer major) if he would built it for me. He said No but threw a copy of Forrest Nimms book “Getting started in Electronics” Never did make the tie. But 20 yrs later I did this. http://www.youtube.com/user/crunchburybeast
All done with mostly Flip flops.:) Funny where simple ambitions can take you.
Sing me a song and let’s see that scarf fly
Great project! I would love to see two sets of 5 LEDs mirrored across the sides of the scarf. Might provide more even illumination and that aesthetic bilateral symmetry. Also, some sandpaper might make the lighting a bit more even.
P.S. love the nose ring
P.P.S. no, I’ve never been good at following instructions
UV meter in night – its so, its so much, its, a, e, ok its useless. But fun to watch.
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