Sound Visualization LED for Google Home
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The LED light dances to music from Google Home. The light has a kind of Arduino, LED ring and a microphone sensor. I printed the case by using 3d printer.
I think music is more fun when the other effects are added on it.
All parts and source code are opensource. Why don't you try it by yourselves?
[ Instruction ]
Source Code https://github.com/happythingsmaker/GoogleHomeLED
3D printing files https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2817612
[ About the maker ]
[ Parts ]
1 x Digispark ATtiny85 board https://goo.gl/tcWX2Q
1 x MIC Sensor (MAX4466) https://goo.gl/rPfzwf
1 x Pin header https://goo.gl/DowpKL
1 x ff dupont cable set https://goo.gl/Ygt9nj
1 x WS2812b LED 24 Ring https://goo.gl/gH6YTv
1 x Capacitors (4700 uF, 10V) https://goo.gl/JAQjMf
[ Tools ]
3d printer (Anet A8) https://goo.gl/XY4Lgw
Filament for 3d print (PLA 1.75mm) https://goo.gl/gAKzTt
Wire Nipper https://goo.gl/L9pQQN
Wire Stipper https://goo.gl/qKXKwJ
Hot melt glue gun https://goo.gl/z67NkU
Screw Driver (+) https://goo.gl/6ojbgb
Electronic Tape https://goo.gl/fJC7yv
Soldering Tools(Hakko) https://goo.gl/ojZUkF
Soldering Hand https://goo.gl/UjNFYm
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