Becky Stern's Chameleon LED Scarves Adapt to Any Color They Scan

By: Amanda Greer - Published: May 29, 2013 • References: learn.adafruit & gizmodiva
With Becky Stern's new light-up scarves you can flaunt a different color every day according to how you feel. By scanning a colorful object, such as a green apple, these Chameleon Scarves' LED lights adapt to that color. They flash in that color until the next object is scanned.

The best part of these light-up scarves is that they can be created at home with little money coming out of your wallet. By using a ruffled scarf and inserting a string of LED lights into the fabric, you can have your very own light-up Chameleon Scarf. To get the color-changing effect, a Flora color sensor is used, which scans every color and tells the LED lights which hue to adopt.

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