Energy & Sustainability
Wireless RGB LED light bulb
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Looking to increase his atmospheric lighting options, maker Jeroen Domburg built this wirelessly controlled RGB LED light bulb using an ATTiny44, RGB LED emitter, USB-PSU, and 433MHz RF receiver. The whole thing managed to fit inside a standard CFL housing and cost slightly less than a retail version.

[via hackaday]

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