How did I stand out at prom? In a light up dress of course!
Design of assistance to the visually impaired with removable prototype to be used in any clothes and powered by the cell phone.
With the aid of a functional and dreamy bracelet, your nails light up and twinkle!
A pair of Bluetooth connected flower brooches sends alert to mother when the child is out of proximity. When close by, both light up.
Fidget spinners, the simple spinning toy that came out of nowhere. I thought it'd be cool give it some flare and make it a POV display.
Taking a project from an Arduino Uno and breadboard to an ATtiny85 on proto-board.
Use some copper tape and Bare Conductive's Electric Paint to light up a few 5mm LEDs. No soldering required!
Push your buttons - hundreds of them!
Make that industrial sensor remotely accessible without writing a single line of code.
Measurement of the oxygen saturation in the bloodstream as well as the heart rate and a pedometer. The data will be sent to a Android app.
Use craft items you have around the house, plus two LEDs and a LilyPad battery holder, to create a useful book light for reading in the dark
How to make sure your software runs on your hardware for years on a tiny battery
As masks become a necessity, we may as well match masks with our outfits, like this lit-up constellation design in the Starry Night series.
A cheap way to create a musical, light-up decal for a wearable. I used these plans in a workshop with middle schoolers and parents.
You've got an interview at 10, but you're across the city and taking the train. This gadget keeps you entertained AND looking sharp. BBBB.
A teddy bear that runs two melodies combined with a light pattern of Rainbow LEDs.
OOO... Glowy! Easy and cheap fashion accessory.