Haedron – Spinal Lighting
Haedron is a spinal wearable that displays light on the body for illumination and visibility purposes in spaces where you need to be noticed or want to make a statement.
Haedron works by a Arduino powered Neopixel 30LED 1m Addressible strip, that is capable of displaying a wide variety of different colors and patterns, for just about any mood.
Different views of Haedron on. This mode is circulating through a rainbow sequence.
Some other lighting samples
Haedron runs customly written code, circulating through an Arduino Uno, and powered by a 3.7 Volt 400 MAH battery. The Arduino sources code to the LED strip, while the battery powers it across a custom fit breadboard.
There is a strong motivation to continue developing with these electrical parts, and the physical parts like Crosslink foam and Coroplast benefitted me, however more robust materials would do even more justice to the project.
The control box. You can only open it if Haedron is not being worn, and is securely closed by a top carapace of foam blocking off the electronics. Not waterproof.
Circuit Diagram Below:
Arduino Uno Rev3
Lithium Ion Battery – 400MAH
30 RGB Ws2812 Addressable Strip – 1M
CODE BASE : http://www.tweaking4all.com/hardware/arduino/adruino-led-strip-effects/