Nightlight Late-Night Edition
by zeropage, published
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A remixed nightlight based on the great design by jjpowelly (Thing 905142). This remix features a reworked enlarged case to host a plug, an Arduino to control the RGB LEDs as well as touch sensors to adjust the brightness and switch between a potpourri of light effects.
You can see the nightlight in action in this video on YouTube.
Detailed build instructions in this Nightlight Late-Night Edition blog post.
NB: This project powers electronic components (5V) with a mains supply circuit (230V > 5V) that is connected to a power plug (230V). If you are going to build this, make sure that you know what you do especially with respect to voltage insulation. In case of doubt, consult a skilled person or remix the design to directly use an unaltered line adapter or batteries.
22% transparent - 100% black
No need to print the plate with dual extrusion. Just print the plate and the inlay. Then use a rasp to make the parts that are printed together with the plate fit into the inlay. After that press the parts into the plate.
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Nightlight Late-Night Edition by zeropage is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial - Share Alike license.
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- You must attribute (give credit) to the creator of this Thing.
- You must distribute Remixes under the same license as the original.
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- Commercial use is not allowed.
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