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    Default pixelstick

    pixelstick

    Add photoreal images, abstract designs, and animation to your long exposure photos and timelapse.



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    That's pretty cool. I just need to buy a new DSLR first

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    I just order some pixel strip to play with it, those strip are build with 5050 RGB leds with a WS2811 chip inside, you can control each led individualy, three wires, 5v, ground and data...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Changchung View Post
    5050 RGB leds with a WS2811 chip inside
    Interesting, hadn't seen these before, 5050 RGB with a built-in serial interface? Potentially useful for me, cutting down components and mcu PWM pin requirements, but also opening a whole new can of assorted worms to work through...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoGuE_StreaK View Post
    Interesting, hadn't seen these before, 5050 RGB with a built-in serial interface? Potentially useful for me, cutting down components and mcu PWM pin requirements, but also opening a whole new can of assorted worms to work through...
    I receive everything to put the lights in action... Using Arduino Uno right now, the functions are unlimited

    Zebralight Spark Princeton Inova Petzl Maglite Bushnell 4 XM-L MagMod and a lot of Cree XM-L Lights Nitecore i4 Intellicharger Intl-outdoor 3400 Panasonic 3100 Bare and protected Samsung 3000 Sanyo 2600
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    Purty Might have to keep that in mind for next year's Christmas lights!

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