If you are searching for a 3D printing and Arduino project to keep you busy for the next couple of weekends you might be interested in a new project which is being created by Bert Simons and takes the form of the Icoled lamp.
Version 2 of the Icoled lamp includes LEDs that are controlled by an Arduino and can be shifted through pallets using a control knob, or remotely accessed using a companion smartphone application and voice commands.
Watch the video below to learn more about the Icoled lamp and see it in action.
After seeing my previous paper prototype getting damaged more and more I decided to also print the 5 and 6 sided knotted pyramids. Using the 3d print technique I could not print the complete module as one. So the top covers were sepeartly printed and are finally clicked into the bottom parts.
For full details on how the Icoled lamp has been constructed and how you can build your very own jump over to the official.
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