JustDIY shared a powerful spot light consisting of three 200+ lumen neutral-white Rebels that can be used for your workbench. Driving the Rebels is a 1a Buck Puck from LED dynamics. Moreover you can have potentiometer based control over the amount of blinding from the light.
Category Archives: Lighting
You’ve seen number of WiFi detectors before, but none quite like as shared by Donald Melanson, a member of Engadget. Donald shared an ambitious project so called WiFi networks with light cooked up by Norwegian designers. The project is basically composed of a four-meter long WiFi-detecting rod that boasts 80 LED bulbs and picks up signals of various strengths from […]
Wanna look like an Iron Man!! If Yes, then here is an Arc reactor with 3D effects for you, as shared by Nbitwonder member George . You can find some other truly impressive arc reactor builds available from different makers. George‘s open source design is highly impressive and amazing with 3D effects. In his post […]
Electronics-lab’s member posted an amazing bike tail light !! It boasts super long life operation; up to about 9 hours LASER works and LED flash up to 36 hours. It is rechargeable, and is equipped with Apex Bright LED to improve security of bicycle riders riding in the dark or in poorly lit conditions. In addition […]
Makezine member Matt Mets shared one recently finished up glass block display LED sign. He got impressed with the method for mounting lights on a frame made from PVC pipe. In your build you too can use PVC as it is cheap, lightweight, and machines easily, making it perfect for this application. For the display you can use an array […]
You can make your own persistence of vision or POV toy using 8 LEDs, powered by ATtiny2313 (AVR microcontroller) operating at 2 x AA batteries. This is a tiny toy that fits easily inside your pockets even. Voltsandbytes member Jer shared a very interesting design tinyPOV. “Most POV toys out there uses the code or program memory to store a […]