Getting leds to light up in sync with wind?
I would need your help with a project I have in mind... I've been at it in my mind for a while, but I'm getting nowhere fast, as I'm rather a newbie in electronics!! I did enlist a friend to help with that, though! ;)
I would like to find a way to have the wind trigger the lighting/fading of a led, the same way one could do with a variable photo resistor (variable-resistor-wind-sensor-like, or could it be more slight-motion-based?). It needs to be compact and inexpensive, as I would need to make a whole lot of those. Ideally, it would be an analog sensor, but I am open to other ideas. No Arduino, though, please... I'm not there yet.
Either one sensor for each led, or one sensor for a few leds at a time.
It could be powered by an external battery.