Android controlled RGB rope lights

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Android controlled RGB rope lights


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The iGloLED programmable RGB rope light kit falls somewhere between your garden variety X-mas tree lights and professional grade carnival ride lights. At $300 for a 16.4′ set of 120 lights, they’re one of the more expensive options out there, but if you’re looking for a novelty lighting effect that’s fun to operate, the iGloLED set has to be one of the cooler options out there. They’ve been out for a while now, but have been an iPhone-only option until now. [via AndroidWorld]

4 thoughts on “Android controlled RGB rope lights

  1. Adam Tolley says:

    These do not look fully individually addressable – like they are only capable of sequences and not per pixel activity.

  2. Ethan says:

    However LED rope lights comes with two big benefits – 10 years of life and almost no heat

    emissions. This enables the user to use them in places where they can’t be easily replaced

    and where the heat of the conventional rope lights could be a problem.

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