Mood Lamp Made With LEDs And Glass Vials
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”.
Now Track More Ideas
- Levi’s Customers Can Create Customized, Shoppable Pinterest Boards
- Interview: How High-Tech Glasses Brand North Builds Futuristic Retail Experiences For Optimal Fits
- Shoppers Who Purchase A Rimowa Suitcase Receive Air-Mile Credit
- Multi-Brand Retail Space Showfields Brings DTC Favorites To Manhattan Shoppers