CheerLCD Displays the Latest CheerLights Color on your Desktop

Milwaukee Makerspace member, Pete, created a new desktop version of CheerLights. With CheerLCD, all you have to do is plug it into an open USB port. Once connected, CheerLCD displays the latest CheerLights color and messages on an embedded RGB LCD screen. The LCD screen is amplified by a 3D printed Christmas tree.


The results are beautiful as you can see! We also love that it has a little Perl programming to allow the CheerLCD display connect to the CheerLights API.

CheerLCD from Pete Prodoehl on Vimeo.

Pete’s CheerLCD is currently featured on MakerBot’s THINGIVERSE and the Adafruit blog.