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Bring the ATtiny85 and NeoPixels together in affordable, addressable lights!
LED lights for bicycle wheels. 16 multi color LEDs on both PCB sides. Displays images and dynamic info like speed. BLE and USB interface.
Express yourself with your bike lights!
TurnAKit provides real-time directions during your bike ride and signals to traffic when you are about to turn for your safety.
Be safe when biking at night with blinking lights when signalling to turn
Сrazymeter is the hardware/software complex that is used to rank how crazy are your bicycle rides.
Using a SparkFun Badger, this converts a standard bicycle wheel into a spinning display of patterns
The BlinkyBike project is a Neopixel (WS8212) based light system for bikes and e-Bikes.
Arduino Nano bike bag signals, controlled by a wireless (RF) RC attached to front handle.
A muscle and motion sensor controlled push bike turn and stop signalling system for safe riding at night.
My folding bike become an electric bike.
3D printing and laser-cutting to create the case.
Electronic board with Arduino and Bluetooth.
A bike that tracks acceleration and light intensity to alert drivers when biking at night.
Get yourself noticed on the night rides using a light sensor and some shinny leds.
A POV image and text sketch code generator. Load your design or text and copy your sketch, also via Bluetooth.
Work in progress
Arduino, NeoPixels, Firmata, and a Windows Phone (picked one up for $30 bucks) to control lighting.
An easy-to-build, fun bike tail light using a LED strip. Designed to be visible in the dead of night. Hackable to also act as a turn signal.
Using a micro:bit and a NeoPixel strip, create your custom lighting for dark night bicycle rides.
Peli de Halleux
Turn your bicycle into a brilliant display of safety-enhancing splendor!
Controlling large amounts of WS2812 LEDs with the Edison is as easy as writing it to an I2C Memory Array!
Hate to remember when to turn on your taillight? This tutorial shows you how to turn your taillight automatically!
Rebuilding bike pedals often calls for specialty tools that might cost more than new pedals. This is how to make your own.