With Individually Addressable RGB LED Strip
Have you ever seen a real-life never-ending rabbit hole? Now you can build one of your own with this dazzling Infinity Mirror kit. The lights seem to go on endlessly and you can control the colors, effects and speed of it all. You can even program it to display any combination of colors you wish! Everyone will be awed at your creation and all it takes is a little craftsmanship and electronics knowledge.
Connection Suggestion: With the individually addressable LEDs, the color choice and light sequences are handled through code on the Arduino. The connection to the Arduino is much simpler than the non-addressable LED strip kit. Connect "DI" from the LED strip to Pin 6 on the Arduino Uno. Download and install the library. Connect the 5V power supply to the Arduino. Connect the +5V line from the strip to VIN (since your input source is 5V) and connect GND (ground) to GND on the Arduino. Upload the Example Sketch "strandtest" to light up the strand.
You can also follow the entire step-by-step build for the Infinity Mirror Kit with Non-Individually Addressable LED Strip. This walk through is for the alternate kit and requires more components because the colors can be changed manually. However, the procedure for getting the mirror setup are the same.
||70 Piece Jumper Wire Kit|
||Arduino R3 Board|
||25W Table-Top Power Supply [email protected]|
||6 Foot AC Power Cord|
||5-Pack Male DC Power Jack 2.1mm|
||60 LED 1-meter Programmable RGB LED Strip|