WiFi RGB LED lamp controlled by Eigenharp + Arduino

Arduino Craft & Design

Montreal based gearbender Nathanaël Lécaudé of Studio Imaginaire tipped us off to their latest creation involving an Eigenharp, an Arduino, and some RGB LEDs. Tones generated on the instrument affect the color and intensity of the light produced by the LEDs. (Thanks, Nathanaël!)

We just finished a small video demonstrating our WiFi RGB LED lamp based on Arduino controlled by an Eigenharp musical instrument. The breath controls the luminous intensity while the notes control which color is emitted. It uses the small YellowJacket Arduino that comes built-in with a WiFi chip.

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