Addressable LEDs pre-sewn onto a strip of fabric for quick integration into textilesDesigned by WizardTech in United States of America
What is it? The commonly used WS2812 LEDs on a custom sequin board pre-sewn onto a strip of fabric. Why did you make it? To provide a quick way for creatives to integrate washable, flexible, reusab...Read More…
The commonly used WS2812 LEDs on a custom sequin board pre-sewn onto a strip of fabric.
To provide a quick way for creatives to integrate washable, flexible, reusable LEDs into fabrics.
It drastically reduces development time and costs.
Machine washable, flexible, cutable, and reusable.
Each individual LED is fastened with over 100 stitches for maximum reliability
Uses space grade conductive fibers that have a resistance of less than 1 ohm per meter and a current capacity over 1 amp. If you wanted to buy these fibers yourself it would cost $700 per spool.
Arduino/raspberry pi compatible and can be controlled with the same code as any other WS2812 strip.
Uses mini sized LEDs for higher pixel density
Comparison: I'll compare the typical methods to my current solution.
Scenario - Sewing 25 LEDs
Typical Method (Please don't do this):
Using my solution (The better method):
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Greenville, SC, United States of America
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