The Twitter Mood Light changes colour depending on the overall mood of the world, calculated via tweets on Twitter.
Arduino and other maker boards are often used in very artistic ways. It’s not uncommon to find an Arduino board in public art installations and shows. Due to the fact that Arduino is simple, and has a great community, it has opened up the electronics world to non-engineer types. Artists can now use the power of rapid development to create some amazing Arduino art projects.
Harnessing the power of “OK Google”, this coffee table reacts to voice commands, turning it on, off and changing colours.
These smart ballet shoes track a dancer’s movements, and can display them artistically via an app.
This GoPro time-lapse pan controller helps add an extra dynamic to time-lapse photos, by slowly panning during the shots.
The Xmas Pi lets you remotely control the lights on a Christmas tree via your web browser.
The mirrored shack is an unusual, if elegant Art project. It is powered by solar powered LEDs, and seemingly blends into the background.
Here’s an Arduino painting machine. It’s an Arduino Due hooked up to a Samsung Galaxy Note tablet, and it’s a pretty impressive project.
There’s something beautiful about this lightbox. It looks like it is uses a HD display, however it only uses an off-the-shelf 8×8 matrix.
This giant sphere is made up of 100’s of LEDs to create a spectacular light show that changes in time with the music.