Arduino Art Exhibit

The seventeen Noyce Scholars at Montana State University Billings created an art exhibit that was on display in the MSUB Student Gallery for six days in January 2016. The light strips were driven by Arduino microprocessors and software. The work was a memorial to Robert Noyce, (for whom their scholarships are named) who was the co-inventor of the microprocessor.

Arduino light exhibition 1 (building up)

Arduino light exhibition 2 (calming down)