Software developer Michael Krumpus has developed an Arduino controlled mood lamp made with LEDs and glass vials.

Minneapolis based software developer, Michael Krumpus, has created a mood lamp using LEDs and glass vials. The lamp is controlled by the Arduino computing platform.

Michael explains his creation:

This is a mood lamp I build using 16 LEDs of different colors and small glass vials. The square bottoms of the vials look a lot like glass block, and the glass diffuses and scatters the light in beautiful ways. The software shows random patterns of light and the brightness of each LED can vary — they aren’t simply “on” or “off”.

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