[Lab] IR Remote Control

Adrian Jones adrian at woodsgood.ca
Thu Jan 8 15:12:19 EST 2015

Speaking of that, Paul, I have designed a couple of WiFi projects using the ESP8266 and am looking for a new project.

Shame that both of my children have flown the coup!


Many thanks, 


.... Adrian


From: Paul Kourany [mailto:pkourany at gmail.com] 
Sent: January-08-15 3:03 PM
To: Adrian Jones
Subject: Re: [Lab] IR Remote Control


Great job Adrian (and son)!  All you need now is wifi connectivity to activate the remote "wake the teenager" for school feature :P




Paul Kourany


On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 2:56 PM, Adrian Jones <adrian at woodsgood.ca> wrote:

Dear all,
Several months ago there was an interesting discussion about low-cost ways
to set and control an Arduino-based clock.

Well, you may be interested to see the implementation that my son and I came
up with in the design of his RGB LED STRIP ALARM CLOCK (see

Along with the typical alarm clock features, we integrated the functions of
an inexpensive RGB strip IR controller. An IR receiver interprets signals
from a simple remote transmitter and directly controls the hue, intensity
and saturation, and some dynamic light effects, of the RGB LED strip.
The IR receiver module and IR remote transmitter are readily available on
eBay and can easily form the basis for remote control of a wide variety of
What do you think?

Many thanks,

.... Adrian

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