28 Sep '14, 11am

Prototype LED Light Suit runs off of a NES Power Glove

Prototype LED Light Suit runs off of a NES Power Glove

The suit is controlled by an Arduino Pro Mini which has been hacked into the Power Glove for ultimate button pushing capabilities. He’s using 5 meter LED strips of the classic WS2812 RGB variety, which allow for individual LEDs to be addressed using a single pin. It’s powered by a 5V 2A USB battery pack, and he’s made all the components very modular, you could even say it’s “plug and play”!

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2014/09/28/prototype-led-light-suit-r...

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