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LED Lanyard

This project is for the design and reference for building of an LED lanyard, primarily used in conferences.

Background

Dan Stach, the original creator of the LED lanyard, built a prototype for his work badge using Neopixels. Extending this design, I worked with Bricks and Minifigs of Dallas, TX, to build a LEGO case and got a lot of interest from social media.

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Getting started

This repo is broken up into:

  • Parts - If you are interested in building your own, this is the Bill Of Materials (BOM).
  • Assembly - After you have all of the parts, you will need to assemble them.
  • Extending with Raspberry Pi - The RF controller has pre-programmed effects; however, if you want to program your own, you can use your own controller. I have created some examples with integrations to Twilio and Azure Bot Framework.

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License

MIT © Tommy Falgout

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