Gary Sheppard
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I have always wanted to add ambilight to my TV. It looks so cool! I finally did and I was not disappointed!I have seen many videos and many tutorials on creating an Ambilight system for your TV but I have never found a full tutorial for my exact needs.It is whether the system is only made for 1 single source (PS4 or Xbox or TV etc..) or it is not using the same LED's as I wanted to use, so I decided to create an instructable and put together all the information and experience I gathered i...

I have always wanted to add ambilight to my TV. It looks so cool! I finally did and I was not disappointed!I have seen many videos and many tutorials on creating an Ambilight system for your TV but I have never found a full tutorial for my exact needs.It is whether the system is only made for 1 single source (PS4 or Xbox or TV etc..) or it is not using the same LED's as I wanted to use, so I decided to create an instructable and put together all the information and experience I gathered i...

Want to learn more about programming arduinos? http://arduinohq.com/category/arduino-programming-language/ - Picture of Ethernet Switching - with Arduino - #electronics #maker

Want to learn more about programming arduinos? http://arduinohq.com/category/arduino-programming-language/ - Picture of Ethernet Switching - with Arduino - #electronics #maker

Follow the sun with Arduino! In this tutorial, we'll be building an Arduino based Solar Tracking Turret. Most commonly, these are used in Photovoltaic systems to maximize the surface area of sun exposure on solar panels. This is an easy build, so let's get started!

Follow the sun with Arduino! In this tutorial, we'll be building an Arduino based Solar Tracking Turret. Most commonly, these are used in Photovoltaic systems to maximize the surface area of sun exposure on solar panels. This is an easy build, so let's get started!

We used an existing wood stove and plugged it into a much larger brick heat exchange mass in order to heat a greenhouse and extend the gardening season.

We used an existing wood stove and plugged it into a much larger brick heat exchange mass in order to heat a greenhouse and extend the gardening season.