OK: my 8 yr old's puck is about to be soldered but ...
Just to be 100% and as I am ill with one hell of a cold, NeoPixel signal: what is the prefered output pin?
For general info: the power line and gnd get made into a bus (bare metal), the in and outs get small insulated connections.
Gnd and power to the neopixels get exposed at the edge (for strap so the thing can be a nice necklace)
Other signals get exposed at edge: touch would be good.
The thing can be a put on the wall, put on a shelf (with nice wooden holder)
Power in neclace scenario is batteries behind her hair with breakable connections so she doesn't get caught (power and gnd to NeoPixels will be exposed at edge and in middle area)
Solder is maybe this evening if I feel my head can take it
Edit: not easily seen is the thin wood in front of NeoPixels
also note, the sweet spot for a nice spreading of the puck's own led's is about 1cm away from the wood: this is not being addressed just yet: I am going for a flatish back and maybe can add something in the front circle "one day"
Note that the battery is replaceable ie the puck pcb is level with back, battery container is exposed for easy battery replacement
Edit: there was a delay due to me losing the puck.js from 11 dys !!!
yep :) @oesterle there was the possibility to try: so I tried it
Cardboard, is also possible, and if the correct type, just as good
came up on my screen with the start about the "clock": this is also a clock 24/12 rings: so somethings, one can't just do with a micro controller, some bits and pieces needed. Thank goodness for Espruino to allow time for the bits and pieces( when I finally get rid of this flu that just turned into hayfever :( )