In the last few days I have finished the article for the pxlBlck_CassetteLamp. This lamp is a little homage to the time when music was not on a 512GB micro SD card but in the form of audio cassettes.
I thought it was a shame to let the cassettes gather dust in a box in the basement and made a small decorative lamp out of them. With the help of a few # WS2812 LEDs, an ESP8266 and an old USB power supply unit, the pxlBlck_CassetteLamp can be built.
With the help of the pxlBlck plug-in (infos here: https://hackaday.io/project/175825-pxlblck-an-iotsmarthome-notification-system), the lamp also gets a few SmartHome functions and can thus also inform about events in your SmartHome. In addition to the setting options via WiFi, the lamp can also be adjusted with the help of a pen - just as the cassette tape salad used to be wound up. You can find the build instructions including a list of needed materials and detailed pictures on my blog at Nerdiy.de.
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