Here is a look at an initial lightshow this Halloween from Chris Usey using the new support for controlling addressable RGB LEDs from LightShow Pi:
The documentation is a bit light still on this new functionality, but feel free to come to the community page and talk to other early adopters if you’d like to try it out!
2017/10/27 :: Version 1.3 Release Notes
- Added initial support for controlling individually controllable RGB LED lights (thanks to Tom Enos, Ken B, and Chris Usey)
- Addition of the “microweb” UI for controlling your lightshow (thanks to Ken B)
- Twitter support, tweeting current song playing (thanks to Brent Reinhard and Ken B)
- Various bug-fixes and updates to support latest kernel versions (thanks to Ken B)
2 Replies to “Version 1.3 is now available, includes support support for individually addressable RGB pixels!”
How can I control a WS2812B LED strip? I haven’t found a good example on how to do that.
I was able to make a single LED blink (or 8 based on the number of channels).
Sorry for the very very slow response … haven’t been receiving email notifications on new posts and didn’t notice until now :(. Your best bet is to ask questions on G+ page or the new reddit support page for quicker responses and answers from community members: