What is it
BottleBoard is an Arduino based shelf with (in my case) 10 slots for bottles or glasses, which will be illuminated from the bottom to let them shine.
The 10 lights are on 5050 / WS2812B PCBs with 8 LEDs each, daisy chained to construct one “line” of WS2812Bs.
You can configure the color and brightness of each slot individually using the K40 encoder and change the overall brightness of all slots at once.
Generally speaking the board is not a board but a box created from one big sheet of oak with 30mm thickness. All corners are created with miters so that it is possible to gave the grain also flapping around all corners.
The drillings for the LEDs are covered later by Plexiglas discs which I bought from some specialized store in the net.
The corners have been upgraded by some black nut to make it look very nice.
Some Impressions of the Woodworking
The schematic is super simple:
We wire the encoder to some input pins of the Arduino and the LED daisy chain to some other pins. You can configure all of this in the code which is driving the board.
The whole board is powered by an external 3A 5V power supply (stablized) widely available in retail stores.
Here is an impression of the test build of the schematic:
Where is the code?
Check out on GitHub
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