The project is about controlling led lights over Bluetooth using windows mobile platform. There have been huge number of projects to control one or the other thing over Bluetooth, but majority of them have been for Android platform. This one is a little different as it can control up to eight synchronized lights over Bluetooth using a windows mobile phone.
Each light contains an Arduino processor along with a 16 NeoPixel ring which is easily available online. The rings are ‘chainable’ i.e. the output pin of one is connected to the input pin of another and hence can be controlled by a single microcontroller pin. The effect generated by the ‘ring lights’ is excellent and are synchronized. Moreover, the shade and the box used are 3D printed and the necessary files might be available on request. The application used has some inbuilt effect such as Flickering along with a slider to change to color of the LED’s. The sample project along with the necessary files for Windows 8.1 and above are available on the codeplex for you guys to try it out and suggest any changes.