we could all use a romantic serenade
Have you ever listened to a musician play guitar near a campfire? Something about the flickering lights and shadows creates a mysterious romantic ambiance that’s become an icon of Americana. Sadly, most of us spend our lives in the cities, and rarely have a chance to experience a fireside serenade… until now.
The world's first campfire simulator
CampFire Flame is a digital campfire lightshow device. Inserted under the strings of any guitar, audio from it's onboard microphone is processed through a state of the art IoT prototyping board. It is also equipped with an array of colorful lights, which I programed to dance and flicker to the music being played.
Bold New Colors
CampFire Flame comes in a variety of woods and finishes to match every guitar type, genre, and style. Whether you are raging against the machine or serenading the one you love, CampFire Flame has got you covered.
Open Source, For Everybody
Anyone can make CampFire Flame. The schematics, code, STL CAD files, and links to supplies are all available on Instructables. CampFire Flame was created through the innovative use of common prototyping methods, all on free software like SketchUp and Arduino Processing. The code is easy to manipulate to make new and improved light patterns, interactions, and experiences.