Neopixel Night Light using ATtiny85

Neopixel Night Light using ATtiny85

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joshua.brooks @ instructables.com describes how he build a night light using an Adafruit NeoPixel, ATtiny85 microcontroller, TSSP4038 IR receiver and some other easy available components.

I’m giving some workshops in electronics in a few weeks, centered around an inexpensive, but useful real-world project. When trying to come up with a thing to make, I wanted it to involve a microcontroller, NeoPixel LEDs (because, they’re awesome), be remotely controllable, and allow for different build options. It also had to be fully simulatable in Autodesk Circuits. This is the project that evolved.

Neopixel Night Light using ATtiny85 – [Link]

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