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DIY Your Christmas Shirt!
If you are searching for a cool project for Christmas, for sure it’s not like an amazing house light system, but instructables user Magesh Jayakumar has created something you’ll find inspiring: a wearable light system!
Hello all, do you want to Make something fun and cool for the holiday season , here’s an Instructable for you those who are interested in wearables and Fashion.
Whenever someone crosses you or new person comes across you, your shirt will glow by detecting the presence of a human or any other object that crosses you using an PIR sensor. With just a few components and a shirt you can make this project with ease and without any fuss. Lets Make it.
Before to start this project, take a look to the components list:
- An arduino or any other clones (Seeedstudio Lotus has been used for this project)
- String LED
- PIR sensor
- A battery to power it up
Watch the demonstrative video below or jump to the Instructables.com projetc’s page for full details of this funny Christmas wearable system!