Flex, an interactive wall

Flex, an interactive wall

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Matthew from Tampa, FL, wrote in to share this interactive wall project.

Three architecture grad students at the University of South Florida created an interactive wall they call flex. The wall reacts with light and motion as people walk by it creating a unique experience. The wall is powered by 3 Arduinos, 5 Maxbotix LV-EZ3 proximity sensors, 12 servos and 2 TLC5940s that control 32 high power led drivers that power 64 3 watt LEDs for RGBW color mixing.

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