This is a persistence-of-vision toy. You mount it via the hole in the middle to either a dowel or a pivot and spin it around while it's turned on. The LEDs on it blink in patterns you can't see when it's standing still, but while it's spinning, it will trace out patterns in the air.
This is an evolution of the Tiny Blinky wearable. The circuit is the same, but arranged differently. The firmware differs, but as with the Tiny Blinkies, while it's turned off, the battery draw is negligible.
Robert | Aug. 28, 2017
Kenneth | June 6, 2017
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