Sleep better with an Arduino

Gareth Halfacree was having trouble with his newborn falling to sleep, and after learning that “white noise” and possibly various night light colours can help – designed the “Sleepduino”. Using three RGB LEDs, a piezo for noise and some control circuitry the Sleepduino can be configured to output various lights and white noise to help someone get to sleep. 


If you’re looking to recreate the Sleepduino for yourself, consider using our range of modules such as the super-bright RGB LED module:

and our SOUND piezo module:

For more information, including design files in Fritzing and the code, visit the Gareth’s page here.  

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