Wi-Fi controlled RGB LED clock and display built with 60 Adafruit NeoPixels and ESP8266 using #FastLED
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README.md

Eclipse v2

Demo Videos:

Demo Videos

Small (5.25" / 133.35mm) clock and art display built with 60 RGB LEDs, controlled with an ESP8266 using the FastLED library.

Fully open-source, and programmable over Wi-Fi or micro USB cable.

Controlled via a web app over Wi-Fi, and/or a wireless infrared remote control.

Parts list:

Controller assembly instructions: https://www.evilgeniuslabs.org/wifi-led-controller