This project is a mix of 3D printing and Arduino.

I hereby call this the Andromeda Kinoko

Step 1: Thingiverse

Start by going to thingiverse, here is my file, http://www.thingiverse.com/make:196257

Credit goes to Toshio Fuji for the kinoko design!!

Decide what colors you want your kinoko's, I chose to use my photo-chromatic PLA because I utilized UV led bulbs in the design.

Step 2: Breadboard

While your printer is working, all day, start making your breadboard.

Above is mine though I want to redo it and ensure all connectors are going into PWM outputs so that I can do more LED tricks like making them breathe.

I am using:

Arduino Uno

HC-05 bluetooth

USB to power at first

5 UV led bulbs

200 ohm resistor

Step 3: Portable

If able, utilize a 9v battery or 4 AA batteries to power your light around the house!

USB is only 5v, it is best to send 12v into arduino (so I am told)

Step 4: Bring It Together

Wire up your light and turn on your computer,..lets code!

I utilized a fellow Instructable member: ASCAS (thank you sir)

attached is the sketch to voice control your new kinoko (Japanese for mushroom) lamp!

The app I use to control the lamp is AMR_Voice easily found on app searches!

Have fun, let me know if you write some fun code for your kinoko!

Step 5: Make It Officaial

For not much money I was able to get a perf. board and make my first PCB. Just like making a breadboard but you get to learn how to solder and make jumpers!

hmmmmm, awww. I love science projects but science was never my field. I wish there was an easier form of science without complicated formulas I hardly understand. it doesn't stop me from giving all the beautiful science projects a big love and vote. woulda given more if there was a way.
Instructables.com is the new "science", just need to follow the instructions....then sit back and ponder the science.
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when i see the word portable, my brain screams hat!! i would love to see mushroom growing out of a fedora, perhaps change color according to heartbeat!!
it can happen easily with arduino
<p>I know mushrooms that can control my voice...</p>
<p>Leave them alone lol :) :)</p>
<p>Looks awesome, but I am a little confused. Can you switch the Kinoko Lamp on/off with your voice or can you also control the brightness as well? </p>
Should also say the reason I want to wire the lights into the PWM slots is so that I can pulse the lights, as I understand only those spots can you adjust voltage....I may be wrong but you can pulse!
The code right now allows for turning all on all off and individually. <br>I am currently working on code to pulse the lights and one that will have them do math and display the answer with blinks!
<p>Looking fowaard to it!</p>
Well this I gotta try. The voice control sounds cool. Thanks!
it is amazing what you can do nowadays
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Thank you for providing all of this information. I have been tempted by many LED projects yet daunted because of my total lack of knowledge: now I might just try one!
That means the world to me thanks, I am teaching myself these sciences and am driven to share. Have fun and thanks again!

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