This Lamp can inform you silently about new notification of your smartphone, computer or tablet. It's powert by a Raspberry Pi Zero and uses a Neopixel ring for lighting. The notification panel consists of five 8x8 single color LED matrices. For stability a concrete block is poured into the base. You can use the notification panel to notify you or use the Neopixel ring in addition for more attention.
This design is made for the Autodesk Fusion 360 Challenge.
Base: Print the base facing upwards and with supports for the concrete mold.
Rods: The Rods are supposed to Print laying on the side so that no support is needed
Head: The Head of the lamp is printed with the open end facing up so no support is needed.
Joints: The Joints are printed facing up.
After you printed your parts you have to pour concrete into the round mould in the base.
The LED's matrices are glued either on the glass and then into the base or they are glued separately in the base. You can use clear or tinted glass so the LED's are less visible.
The Raspberry Pi is secured with a bit of hot glue for later changes. If the power supply fits into the housing you can secure it there too or you store it outside of it.
The base, rods and head of the Lamp are press fitted together and secured by the joints. You can also use metal screws or print screws of Thingiverse.
The LED matrices are connected by shift register to the Raspberry Pi, the Neopixel ring is directly connected to it.