Oak & Steel

Glo: A hackable, Arduino-Based RGB LED Strip Controller

A project in San Ramon, CA by Om Anavekar
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Glo is an Arduino compatible LED/Neopixel controller which can add customized lighting for countless applications.
Backers: 65
Average Pledge Per Backer: $35

Funded: $2,246 of $600
Dates: Jul 14th -> Aug 13th (30 days)
Project By: Om Anavekar
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Latest News

Canada Shipping and Possible Amazon Store

August 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Due to international interest in Glo, I have decided to expand shipping to Canada! Since this is international shipping, an extra 13 USD shipping charge will be applied to those purchasing from Canada. While this change might be late, don't worry!... (Read More)

Stress Testing Glo with 300 LEDs!

August 13th - via: kickstarter.com
We are in the final hours of Glo's campaign. To make sure Glo's designs are up to standard, we put the device through a series of stress tests. We began by powering Glo via its USB port, wiring a 300 LED strip of Neopixels to a single channel, and... (Read More)

New Prototypes Fabricated and Tested & Important Board Design Changes

August 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Once again, I would like to thank you all for backing Glo. Within 25 days, the project has reached over 200% of its funding goal! We can't wait to begin production and ship the devices to you all. Improved Prototypes Fabricated and Tested Recently,... (Read More)

Additional Specifications of Glo: Compatible LED Types, Max Current Capability & Max LED Control

July 24th - via: kickstarter.com
First off, thank you all so much for your support! We are at 80% funding in just over a week! I truly appreciate your support in funding the creation of Glo. Compatible LED Types & Maximum LED Control I am posting this update to answer some of... (Read More)

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