The BlinkM Smart LED is a networkable and fully programmable full-colour RGB LED. This means you can link up to 127 of these units in a chain, and individually control the colour and intensity of each one. Or, just pre-program it with what you want it to do, connect it to 5VDC and stand back and watch it do its thing!
Here's what it features:
8000mcd (bright!) RGB LED
140° viewing angle
Set colours with 24-bit control using RGB or HSB specifications
Randomized colour flow with ranges based on previous colour (no strange colour transitions)
Control fads with variable duration timing & fade speeds
18 built-in light scripts (sequences)
Can store scripts of up to 49 commands
Stand-alone operation - no microcontroller needed for script playback
Compatible with TWI / I2C networking command structure
Supports addressing of up to 127 BlinkM units per chain
Listens to "EVERYBODY DO THIS:" type commands on network chain
Able to have network address reconfigured
5V TTL standard inputs
Sample code available for Basic Stamp, Freeduino SB / Arduino compatible (plugs right into board)
Do you have the burning desire to see it in action? Look no further, we have just what you need:
Looking to build the smallest, handiest, bread-board friendly Arduino-compatible? The Ardweeny fits on the back of the included ATmega328P, taking up no more valuable breadboard space than the microcontroller itself!
Thumb buttons, thumb buttons, we have thumb buttons! These buttons are a nice macro size, but small and low-profile enough to plug into a prototyping PCB or breadboard. Their fast action is awesome for DIY buttons pads.