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December 1, 2008

Christmas Lights controlled with the .NET Micro Framework

at 5:02 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


Rob Miles has put together some software and complimenting hardware that lets to control some Christmas lights using software that is monitoring the internet. In this case it will turn on when a new post appears on his Web site. He uses shift registers to give the project the ability of controlling a ton of LEDs using a small number of controller pins.

"If you know C# and love Visual Studio, you can now get started building hardware and controlling it with your software. Moreover, it lets developers achieve one of their most cherished dreams, to control their festive lights using programs that they have written."


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3 Responses to “Christmas Lights controlled with the .NET Micro Framework”

  1. Zack Says:

    That is one absurdly clean bread board. Whoa..

  2. daftness Says:

    Holy crap, I’d like to contract him to clean up my breadboards.
    Fantastic write up too, I think I may do this one
    Nice find, Alan.

  3. Alan Parekh Says:

    Very neat but there is some redundancy on the left middle area. Looks terrific though, I wish my breadboards looked that neat. 🙂

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