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A pair of super bright sneakers!
posted February 15 2011 22:14.40 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Jen sent us her latest project, which is kinda weird. She got herself a pair of sneakers, 70 LEDs and an Arduino board, and she managed to artisticly combine all the previous items! Each sneaker has 35 or more (depending on the size :D) LEDs, a 6 volts battery, an RBBB (Really Bare Bones Board Arduino), a neodymium magnets and a reed switch. The magnet actuates the reed switch of the opposite sneaker, and gives control on the patterns. I am not sure if i would ever wear these in public, but it is certainly a nice idea. Here is the instructable. Thanks [Jen], and sorry for the "him"



[Link: iamjen]
Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   diy   microcontroller   arduino   games and fun   
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