The Wearables Revolution is DIY LED and 3D Printed

Everyone’s getting all riled up about Google Glass and smartwatches. Sure, those tiny computers can tell you your heart rate and your friend’s heart rate and sync them both to a Katy Perry song, but there’s nothing as cool as LEDs that light up in a bunch of neon colors. Marcus Olsson of slickstreamer has 3D printed a DIY wearable that changes colour as you move and, while it serves no Kurzweilian purpose, its glowing lights trump anything that major manufacturers have come up with for the wearable revolution.
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3d printed LED bracelet using a 144 LEDs/m neopixel strip controlled by a trinket and a LSM303 accelerometer to sens movement.
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(Quelle: Youtube / Marcus Olsson)

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