In the Maker Shed: LED Art kit

In the Maker Shed: LED Art kit
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The LED Art kit displays an eerie, shifting pattern of abstract colored light on a framed, translucent screen. The projected image has a fluid-like quality; it’s like a solid-state lava lamp, and is a great “mood piece” for any room. These easy-to-assemble kits use color-changing LEDs that slowly cycle through combinations of red, green, and blue light, which interact to create endlessly evolving patterns.

2 thoughts on “In the Maker Shed: LED Art kit

  1. Ric Helton says:

    I got one of these for my 9 year old step-son this Christmas and we had a great time putting it together. He proudly displays it over the stereo and TV in his room and uses it as a night light. It was very rewarding and very, very simple; the only tool you need is a pair of needle-nosed pliers to crimp the butt-splice connectors.

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