Let`s Get Physical!

LLAMP (LazyLamp) is a smart led powerd nightlamp that is controlled over a local web-interface.

LLAMP is 100% beta!

LLAMP says

HELLO WORLD

to the internet of things!

1. WiFi CONTROL

LLAMP is plugged into your local network and offers direct interaction via computer, tablet or smartphone ...

2. NETWORK
COMMUNICATION

1, 0 or 255? Tell LLAMP what you want it to do. Change the color and hue of the built in LED`s, or let it playfully blink along.

Easy wireless access through your router makes it easy to communicate with LLAMP. After attaching it to the local-network it can be controlled via a browser.

With the embedded battery-pack, it is also possible to unplug LLAMP`s network connection and carry it around the house at night.

3. ARDUINO AS A
LOCAL WEBSERVER

The built in Microcontroller runs as a full functioning webserver, that contains the interface in a small html-document that gets loaded, whenever the server is called. To access it directly, it is possible to create a desktop icon on the smartphone, that gives the feeling of using a real native application on the devise.

LLAMP is actual at first prototype stages from where further functions and more complex actions may be added in the future.

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The Arduino UNO Microcontroller gets the role as a webserver for hosting the website, the user can interact with.

The EthernetShield is connected to the ardunio and localnetwork router that offers the internet connection.

A battery-pack to power the lamp when power access is not available.

The platine, is the core of the whole system and brings the hardware connections to function. Inside are 5 white LED`s, 3 RGB LED`s, a bunch of cable, 4 resistors and other stuff.
The Boxcover holds everything together nicely...

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Impressions

Contact

Concept, Design, Prototyping & Website by:
Martin Moldenhauer BA Integrated Design Student
Köln International School of Design 2015

Contact me at: hello[at]martinmoldenhauer.de