Covered in a strong waterproof coating, 12 volt compatible, Arduino Compatible.Sold By Andrew Hennessy, Ships from United States of America
What is it? I found some great RGB LED STRIPS. These are 100% working and are Arduino compatible, you will need to use 12V though however they are much brighter than Adafruit Neo-Pixels. These are ...Read More…
I found some great RGB LED STRIPS. These are 100% working and are Arduino compatible, you will need to use 12V though however they are much brighter than Adafruit Neo-Pixels. These are great for processing or DMX project. These will require some Arduino experience.
Allows you to create custom lighting solutions. You can be creative with fashion, architectural accents, automotive installations and much more. It's lightweight, flexible and easy to install even in hard to reach areas.
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Hi! My name is Andrew Hennessy. I am a 16-year old sophomore from Atlanta, Georgia. My parents, teachers, and friends describe me as a high-energy and creative technologist, artist and inventor; often I see the world, and take on the world, differently than others my age.
Last summer, after backpacking with a group of friends out West, I interviewed for a job at PeachDish, an Atlanta-based Internet start-up. It was a perfect match for me since it offered a combination of things I have long been fascinated by: cooking, logistics, marketing, and web design. The founder now mentors me on a concept I am planning to bring to market shortly: an aerial drone photography company.
Beginning in 8th grade, I offered IT Services to family friends and neighbors, who were grateful for my affordable, reliable, and competent work. I was amazed at how easy it was to make my customers happy by solving their technology problems.
As a 7th grader, I presented my “Turning Lost into Found” invention at a TEDx Conference in Vancouver, BC. My talk relayed how I used QR codes to re-engineer the Lost and Found at Trinity School.
Wherever I go, I see opportunities to connect the physical world with the digital world and I would like to take that a step further with my Tindie Store.
My IT clients welcome my ability to help them solve their in-home technology needs easily and affordably