SparkL Motion, an Arduino-powered ribbon necklace

Arduino Craft & Design
SparkL Motion, an Arduino-powered ribbon necklace


Jen Savage of Alpha One Labs combined her software and sewing skills to make this SparkL Motion ribbon necklace. Her first Arduino project, it is based around a Lilypad Arduino, and uses an accelerometer to detect motion and flash the LEDs accordingly. Full construction details and source code are available at her site.

4 thoughts on “SparkL Motion, an Arduino-powered ribbon necklace

  1. ewertz says:

    This poor woman doesn’t stand a chance once the turds at Sparc International see this.


  2. Joey Payton says:

    …I doubt people’s commitment to sparkle motion…

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