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Life is hard. We get that. But why is life hard? We all have problems, and we can’t really help with that. But we can create an arbitrary LED project that you can look at and say, “Hey, that’s good” before you remember your problems. And those fleeting moments of “Hey, that’s good” are what matters most to us during this time.
Enter the “I Love Hue” LED system. Glistening, vibrant, and full of RGB goodness, once the LED system starts, it won’t stop until your mood is as bright as RGB(255, 255, 255) (or you unplug it, whichever comes first). Personally, this LED system has changed my life. It’s heartwarming to be able to take a break from frantically poring over my homework and exams to see some incredibly bright lights that actually might be damaging my eyes, but at least look pretty. Thankfully we have implemented an emergency stop feature using a tilt switch that will stop the lights from changing colors if the tilt switch is activated.
“‘Once I was doing my homework and needed light therapy from the arbitrary LED project. However, it wasn’t until after turning it on that I remembered that this product is not licensed by any regulatory body whatsoever. I immediately collapsed onto the floor in a flashback from a prior incident with bright lights relating to an alien abduction, but fortunately the emergency tilt switch saved my life. Now I am in desperate need of therapy, which I cannot afford and which my medical insurance refuses to cover, but I got to see some really pretty lights. I am in great thanks to the thoughtful developers that added the tilt switch. Thanks, “I Love Hue” LEDs!’ - Noah Rossi” - Grant Parajuli
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