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After you put Christmas lights on your tree, your house and your lawn ornaments, you might wonder if there is anything else that you can put lights on. Well, why not put lights on the presents as well. It sounds like a fun idea, but no one wants their present to be tethered to the wall with a power cord. So I figured out an easy way to power a set of lights wirelessly with an inductive charger.

In this project, I teach you how to make a wireless light up Christmas present.

See the full series here.

Jason Poel Smith

My name is Jason Poel Smith. I have an undergraduate degree in Engineering that is 50% Mechanical Engineering and 50% Electrical Engineering. I have worked in a variety of industries from hydraulic aerial lifts to aircraft tooling. I currently spend most of my time chasing around my new baby. In my spare time I make the how-to series “DIY Hacks and How Tos.”


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