[Jeremy Zunker] from 10bitworks recently wrote in to share a cool build the group put together for the Luminaria 2012 festival which took place in March of this year. As you might have guessed, the fest is home to a wide array of light-themed projects, so the team at 10bitworks thought long and hard to come up with a design which would help them stand out from the other 79 featured artists.
At the core of their project is a t-shirt which features a deep-sea diver surrounded by swarm of jellyfish. Each of the jellyfish is backlit by an LED module, allowing the group to create intricate light patterns on the shirt.
10bitworks brought 8 shirts to the show, each fitted with a small control pack that contained a set of batteries and a Jeenode wireless board. A ninth Jeenode and a large antenna were used as the master control unit, sending signals to each of the t-shirts in order to synchronize the light display.
The final result turned out very nicely as you can see in the video below, where [Jeremy] walks through all of the project’s finer details.
2 thoughts on “10bitworks Shows Us How To Light Up A Synchronized Swarm Of LED Jellyfish”
Looks great. I like how some of the shirts don’t follow along immediately with the others. I guess some RF interference or something
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