James Best a very cool wall mounted LED music visualizer that lights up his room more than the over-head lights do.
Armed with blue tape and some hand tools, James got to work mounting 900 WS2812 LEDs. After a miss-step with some Gaffers tape and some sanding, the adhesive on the LED strips adhered nicely to the wooden base. The original Arduino didn’t have quite the processing power needed for the project, but the Teensy 3.2 with built in Direct Memory Access (DMA) was up to the task. The final enhancement to the project was a diffuser to help hide the internal components.
Additional information on the project can be found on this page.