Glow Flow is an interactive light sculpture project that reacts to sound, light, and motion. The light comes from a single 5 meter strip of 300 individually addressable SK9822 LED modules. These are similar to APA102C or Adafruit DotStar. The strip is wound around a 3D-printed cylindrical chassis in a helix and controlled by a Pixelblaze LED controller making it easy to iterate through ideas for LED patterns. Physical data input courtesy of the sensor expansion board.
Pixelblaze sensor board
5 meter strip of 300 SK9822 LEDs
1kg plastic filament for 3D printing
5V voltage regulator
More than one if necessary to deliver total of over 6A
All the details anyone would ever want (and probably some that they don't) are on NewScrewdriver.com tagged with "Glow Flow". If a flat list in chronological order is not organized enough, here they are in a hierarchy of topics:
My WordPress blog is good for detailed writeups, but short video clips and some other bits of status end up on Twitter. I originally meant to have every Glow Flow tweet in the same Twitter thread, but I slipped up halfway through so there are now two separate threads.