Another great guide just out by Dave Astels. He states:
I was in my office at the bookcase one evening and the room wasn’t overly bright. I thought “I could use more light so I can better see the books.” It occurred to me that I had just the thing. I decided to extract the relevant part of my node design into a standalone auto-light.
This is a quick and simple project that you can wire up on prototyping board very quickly. It has the potential to be a fun gadget.
Read the full tutorial on how to make your own IoT proximity lighting in this guide on the Adafruit Learning System – nearly 1,500 guides to date!
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