Designed by:

Leigh-an Howe

I introduce you to the temperature sensor light, made up from a white glass bowl, LED strip lights, sensor and Arduino. When the device is placed in a room it reacts to the temperature around it and changes colour depending if it hot or cold. Finalised and set up in a dark area you can see how effective the light becomes. With the wide spectrum of colours the the temperature sensor light looks amazing in the dark reacting to different temperatures.

Throughout the project there was constant testing and editing of code to perfect the light and make sure the temperatures were correct and would react to the right element placed upon it. As well as the colours of the LED strips, making them as prominent as possible.

Moving forward and connecting the Arduino board to the laptop and making sure everything worked as one. Making sure all the wires were connected correctly so everything ran smoothly.