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A connected lamp to wake me up

Posted on Friday, October 9th, 2015 in LEDs by DP

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Limpkin writes, “I’ve always wanted to play with these 10W RGB LEDs!
So for some reason I bought 2 IKEA lamps at a flea market. As IKEA furniture has a long history of being hacker-friendly, I figured they shouldn’t be an exception to the rule.
My plan? Fit a few 10W RGB LEDs in there together with an ESP8266 to use the final result as an alarm clock.”

Project info at Limpkin blog.

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