Music visualisers are a fun way to kick of an instant dance party. Make Magazine has put together a guide showing off how to cram a jumbo-sized visualiser onto a cheap IKEA Lack side table. You'll need a lot of parts for this project, including the IKEA Lack table, an Arduino Uno, an LED matrix, a mic, lots of lights and a number of smaller electronics. The end result is big music visualiser that should spice up any party. It's not an easy project by any means, but head over to Make for the full guide.
Build A Jumbo-Sized Music Visualiser Into An IKEA Side Table
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