DIY: Interactive Jacket for Cyclists with Arduino

Here is an interactive jacket that you can make to stay visible on the road and activate turn signals with hand gestures. The jacket also has front and back LEDs for better visibility at night.

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This interactive jacket was built using an Arduino Uno, two accelerometers, LEDs, batteries, and a few other parts. You can find out about this project on Instructables.

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