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In the Maker Shed: Trippy RGB Waves Kit

Wave you hand over a completed Trippy RGB Waves kit, and watch the ‘trippy’ light show begin. Even when left alone, these little lights will still slowly cycle through an ever-changing display of colors. It’s a great kit for beginners, since it’s inexpensive and easy to solder together.

10 thoughts on “In the Maker Shed: Trippy RGB Waves Kit

  1. Facu says:

    can you tell me whats the red device? and what is usefull for?


    1. Irregular Shed says:

      It’s a fume extractor, to stop you from huffing solder fumes. There was a feature on making it in an earlier issue of Make.

      1. Marc de Vinck says:

        Yes it was….”Mini Fume Extractor” from MAKE, Volume 19 (page 123) and I posted a how-to online:

  2. Roy Jacobsen says:

    What’s with the chipmunk replay speed on the video?

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