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authorKing Kévin <kingkevin@cuvoodoo.info>2015-07-28 14:07:19 +0200
committerKing Kévin <kingkevin@cuvoodoo.info>2015-07-28 14:07:19 +0200
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The CuVoodoo ScreenLight mimics the Philips ambient lighting.
-The idea is to have LEDs on the back of the screen and light on the sides the same color as the border colors displayed on the screen, creating an ambient light.
+The idea is to have LEDs on the back of the screen, lighting on the sides the same color as the border on the screen, creating an ambient light.
recipe
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To implement this I used:
- boblight to output over serial the colors to be shown on the LEDs
-- an Atmel ATMEga328P microcontroller at 16 MHz (i.e. Arduino Nano 3.0) to control the LEDs and show the values received over serial
+- an Atmel ATmega328P microcontroller at 16 MHz (i.e. Arduino Nano 3.0) to control the LEDs and show the values received over serial
- A strips of WS2812B chained LEDs (i.e. BlinkyTape), individually controlled using a data line
The BlinkyTape LED strip offers 60 WS2812B LEDs.