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December 17, 2013

Christmas Light Project made using an Arduino

at 10:07 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


In this project by Ben Harben an Arduino monitors some motion sensors which will activate as people walk by some trees on the sidewalk. The Arduino plays a tune using the Wave Shield and lights the appropriate tree using a power switch tail. It looks and works great, hopefully there aren’t any mischievous kids in the area who want some free electronic parts!




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3 Responses to “Christmas Light Project made using an Arduino”

  1. Josh Says:

    I love this! I think I may need to do something like this for next year!

  2. Ben Harben Says:

    Alan, thanks for posting my video. Luckily no kids have taken anything… yet. Keep your fingers crossed for me.

    Josh, if you end up doing something like this next year and you live in a cold climate, keep in mind that PIR sensors don’t work too well under 32°F.

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