Wow this will come in handy when I get around to configuring the Imp to send I2C commands to the Adafruit 8×8 LED matrix backpack. Hopefully I can map the LED addresses easily so I can make an icon library to drive the matrix. Continue reading I2C protocol for LED matrix
These could come in handy as a simple “canned” sound that could be triggered by an event with an Arduino or something. I may just have to get one to use as the notification “RArrr!” for my Electric Imp project. Continue reading 10 Second sound bite.
I am working on using the Electric Imp I got from Adafruit to make a WiFi enabled Emoticon avatar. Basically it will receive code from a website and display the icon for that code on a small 8×8 LED matrix accompanied by a notification sound. This will also provide feedback through a button on the avatar to acknowledge the emoticon, and a motion detector to tell when someone is near the avatar.