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Have you got a night light ? Have you ever been bored of it ? This light changes color so you never get bored of it.

Step 1: Parts

You will need :
Arduino
Cables
3 LEDs
Cardboard
Breadboard
Rice paper

Step 2: Build the Circuit

Place the breadboard on top of the arduino so that you can see the pins.Then put the LEDs on the pins 9,10,11.

Step 3: Cut the Cardboard

Cut 5 pieces:
1 piece 10x7
2 pieces 8x5
2 pieces 6,5x5
On one of the small pieces cut a square so you can connect the cable.
Then glue the pieces together.

Step 4: The Code

int fadeAmount2 = 5;
int brightness2 = 0;
int led = 11;
int led1 = 10;
int led2 = 9;
int brightness = 0;
int fadeAmount = 5;
int brightness1 = 0;
int fadeAmount1 = 5;
void setup(){
pinMode(led, OUTPUT);
pinMode(led1, OUTPUT);
pinMode(led2, OUTPUT); }
void loop(){
analogWrite(led, brightness);
brightness = brightness + fadeAmount;
if (brightness == 0 || brightness == 255) {
fadeAmount = -fadeAmount ;
brightness = brightness -200; }
delay(20);
analogWrite(led1, brightness1);
brightness1 = brightness1 + fadeAmount1;
if (brightness1 == 0 || brightness1 == 255) {
fadeAmount1 = -fadeAmount1 ;
brightness1 = brightness1 + fadeAmount1; }
delay(20);
analogWrite(led2, brightness2);
brightness2 = brightness2 + fadeAmount2;
if (brightness2 == 0 || brightness2 == 255) {
fadeAmount2 = -fadeAmount2 ;
} delay(20);}

Step 5: The Ending

Place the arduino in the cardboard box. Then place rice paper on the box.
<p>Pretty cool, thanks for sharing!</p><p>If you wanted there are various simulators you can use to draw up wiring diagrams. That would be cool if you included something like that. Just a thought! ;)</p>

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