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DIY: Interactive Arduino Jacket for Cyclists

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There is no better way to learn electronics and become a pro maker than building your own things. Arduino is a wonderful platform that you can rely on to make your own interactive jacket for cycling. mujtabachang has shared a guide that shows you how to do just that. The jacket has turn signals that can be activated by using simple hand gestures.

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This Interactive Cycling Jacket also comes with front and back LEDs to keep you visible. You are going to need an Arduino UNO or LilyPad, two accelerometers, LED lights, and a few other components to complete this project. More info is available on Instructables.


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