Adorable stoplight costume

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David King built this stoplight costume for his oldest daughter. It’s his first Arduino project. Besides flashing the expected red, green, and yellow lights, it incorporates an Adafruit WaveShield to play music. [Thanks, David!]

In the Maker Shed:



Arduino WaveShield Kit

4 thoughts on “Adorable stoplight costume

  1. Dennis Gustafsson says:

    Could you post the clip somewhere else? I cannot watch it from my home in Berlin :/

    Side note, shouldn’t the Internet be considered to be ONE country without borders? I’m not in North Korea here.

  2. Arizona bankruptcy lawyer says:

    That is so adorable! What a creative costume idea.

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