The LED Tetris Tie by teacher Bill Porter is a fantastic infusion of fashion and video games.
People say too much of one thing is bad, but that phrase doesn't apply when it comes to innovation. The LED Tetris Tie is a tie that displays a Tetris game. It's composed of 80 LED pixels and is controlled by a DigiSpark microcontroller. The block movement in the game is randomized, but says he'll outfit the LED Tetris Tie with a puzzle solving algorithms in the future. The tie uses two Li-Ion battery cells for its power source.
Porter created the LED Tetris Tie as way to get kids interested in soldering. It took him about four hours to create the LED Tetris Tie.