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===What's the project?===
 
===What's the project?===
  
The Award Winning FlaschenTaschen is a 10’ by 9’ (3m x 2.75m) video display made out of clear glass bottles, milk crates, RGB LED strings (with a total of 1575 LEDs), and a controller board. Each bottle is capped with a single addressable RGB LED. The bottoms of the bottles act as lenses for the emitted light. The project has a German name as homage to c-base’s [http://matelight.rocks/ Mate-Light] project. After seeing Mate-Light at Chaos Communication Congress, we were inspired to build a similar project at Noisebridge to present at the 2016 Maker Faire.
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The Award Winning FlaschenTaschen is a 10’ by 9’ (3m x 2.75m) video display made out of clear glass bottles, milk crates, RGB LED strings (with a total of 1575 LEDs), and a controller board. Each bottle is capped with a single addressable RGB LED. The bottoms of the bottles act as lenses for the emitted light. The project has a German name as homage to c-base’s [http://matelight.rocks/ Mate-Light] project. After seeing Mate-Light at Chaos Computer Congress, we were inspired to build a similar project at Noisebridge to present at the 2016 Maker Faire.
  
 
Another inspirational build is the [http://www.zuloark.com/muro-de-botellas/ Muro de botellas] project.
 
Another inspirational build is the [http://www.zuloark.com/muro-de-botellas/ Muro de botellas] project.

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