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As others seem to be doing, I am letting you be aware of new additions to my project.
We now have spectrum analysis and other music effects.
Hi - I read your comment about my animatronic eyes. I added another page with resources and links to specific products and their tutorials. I also uploaded the Arduino code that is currently running the eyes. Thanks for pointing out that I stopped before giving enough information.
Hey there- I'm Chuck and I built the 3D skull lamp. Thanks for your comments. I added a new step to this instructable with the rendered images I used for my lamps. Feel free to use my wife's skull! The first skull lamp I made used acetate film. I wasn't satisfied with it. It's not stiff enough so it tends to sag a little. The glass makes for a much cleaner looking lamp. I like the idea of using reflective film. I have some of the green stuff they skin road signs with- I'll play around a bit. I also want to build one with Rustoleum's glow in the dark paint. You could wire the LEDs on a timer so they go off and on every few minutes with the skull glowing and fading in between.
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