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Arduino Powered Mum


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Arduino Powered Mum

2014-10-21
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Living in Texas, you can't escape the craziness around the Homecoming Mum tradition. The tradition started in the 1960's with boys giving their homecoming dates chrysanthemums lightly decorated with ribbons. However, as with all things in Texas, the bigger the better. Our son is a freshman now and it's our turn to partake in the Mum tradition. Being a maker, I wanted to do a little more than simply combine silk flowers and ribbon. I wanted to make the Mum shine. Shine... Arduino and RGB LEDS! Challenge accepted. 



Information on how to build this Mum can be found here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Powered-Homecoming-Mum/

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