Simple ATTiny85 powered WS2812 LED infinity mirror
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README.rst

Info

A simple infinity mirror project. Originally, the mirror was inside a pumpkin! Now it resides in the wooden clock box that the bezel/glass came from, and runs off one of my computer's USB ports.

Poor quality video (when code was buggy): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cx5PU7jx8t8

Hack-A-Day.io project page: http://hackaday.io/project/216-Infinity-Mirror-with-a-Convex-Mirror

Notes

Code is a Webbotlib project (.prj file) that is built with WinAVR (e.g. AVR Studio 4).

You will need to use the .prj file in Project Designer to generate the various Webbotlib files needed to actually compile the code...

Needs Webbotlib 2.11+.