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A Micro:bit Christmas tree. When Button A is pressed, the 360 servo will start to turn anticlockwise, display rainbow colours and the mp3 will begin to play. When Button AB is pressed, the servo will turn anticlockwise. When B is pressed, the servo &amp;amp; mp3 will stop and the colours from the LEDs will be set to off.PROJECTS micro:bitChristmas
This is an EMG sensor I bought from DFRobot. An EMG sensor can detect surface electromyography to reflect muscle and neural activities of human. Combining with a rabbit hat and several other stuff, it was evolved into a clever hat that can detect human facial expression such as scowling, grimacing, shocking, etc. Put the dry electrode to the area to be detected, the sensor will output analog signal to indicate the intensity of muscle activities. Let’s speak less and just get started!PROJECTS ArduinoGravityBluetoothChristmas
Inserting the Gamepad into the Christmas Greeting CardPROJECTS ArduinoChristmas
One of our engineers decorated his Christmas tree with RGB LED Strip for Christmas party, and made it an smart phone controlled tree, and updated his tutorial on instructables.TUTORIALS LEDs LCDsChristmas