Clap-o-meter with Dani García

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This time we interviewed Dani García and he showed us the CLAP-O-METER he built for his show. He told us super interesting ideas on how to use it in any show: magic, theater, stand up or whatever you want!

A simple and versatile project that will allow you to have the applause of the audience under your control. Everything explained and OPEN SOURCE!

 

You can watch Rob Torres applause box here:

Here is a list of the materials we have used:

If you use the IDEAA Lab circuit, you only have to connect the parts together. There is not much mystery.

If you want to use your own Arduino these are the connections you must make:

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Remember that if you can't get all the LEDs to light it is most likely because your power supply cannot deliver enough current to power all of the LEDs.

Here you can download the Arduino code to adapt it to your needs: https://gitlab.com/ideaalab/clap-o-meter

How to download:
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And remember, if you have an idea, at IDEAA Lab we sponsor it with materials, workforce, 3D printing and publicity FOR FREE.

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