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The Holiday Special

3 Posts authored by: jomoenginer
So, I have completed my DIY FLiP Connected X-Mas Ornament and displayed it on the old X-Mas tree.  It all seems to be working fine and I even added the option to dim certain colors.  Also, I created a case to house the FLiP, OLED and Bluetooth module and added some extra pieces to the case to give it a bit of a Steam Punk look.   Image of the board I put together for the Parallax FLiP circuit Parallax FLiP, OLED, and Bluetooth modules connected to fron panel:   RGB M ...
This is an update to my FLiP Connect X-Mas Ornament project.  For this update I have added a second RGB board for a second Ornament, added a Parallax 96x64 OLED Display Module for a Snowman graphic, and configured Flask on a Raspberry Pi to control the RGB colors remotely from a Browser.   One of the unique features of the Parallax Propeller Processor that is on the FLiP is that has what Parallax calls multiple Cogs.  This is sort of like multicores, but each Cog is a bit more i ...
The Holiday Special Enter Your Project for a chance to win $100 Shopping Carts, Gifts to Give, and a 3D Printer Prize! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   FLiP Connected X-Mas Ornament  Hi,   Here is an X-Mas project I have been working on.  This is a Bluetooth connected Ornament that uses a Parallax FLiP board, WS2812B RGB LED Module and a Velleman HC-05 to control the color displayed in the Ornament.  The Ornament was ...