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An Arduino-controlled RGB lamp

Alessandro PaganelliJanuary 12th, 2013

On his blog, Miguel presents one of his latest projects:

This project shows the operation of an RGB lamp using a digital LED strip. After activating the bluetooth connection, the user can open the GUI on the PC to control the lamp. The program shows a hue palette divided into 30 rods, one for each LED of the strip.
By clicking & dragging the mouse cursor it is possible to make your own patterns,. To remove a color, the user can simply click on a rod while pressing the spacebar, which switches off the selected LED.

Part list: wooden support, RGB digitally-addressable LED strip, microcontroller (Arduino Pro Mini, for example), Bluetooth or USB wire.

More information on this project can be found on Miguel’s blog, while a brief video about its operation can be found here; the code of the project can be found on Github. The project’s page on Thingiverse can be found here.

[Via: Miguel’s blog]


8 Responses to “An Arduino-controlled RGB lamp”

  1. Samuel Says:

    Please fix your broken links :-/

  2. MAF Says:

    Links are not working properly 🙁

    Link to “Made BY Frutos”:

  3. Correct Link Says:

    RGB Lamp CORRECT link:

  4. Alessandro Paganelli Says:

    All the links should be ok now! 🙂

  5. RGB Lamp — Arduino Passion Says:

    […] Source: madebyfrutos via Arduino blog […]

  6. Dung Vandivier Says:

    Im delighted every time when I read some good article. Keep doing good work…

  7. benwalton z Says:

    Hello, I’m Ben

  8. Priya Kuber Says:

    Hello Ben.

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