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yeah could be done with width height setting in ini for that table

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That's what is making me crazy...

anything is possible..

we can also add random animation when the knocker hit.

 

The price of ledstrip is going down..

i bought one about 4 month ago at 32€ and found another at 24€ 

http://fr.aliexpress.com/item/30-60-72-144-leds-m-WS2812B-Smart-led-pixel-strip-BL-WT-PCB-1m-4m/32429582729.html

There is another flavour too 74 leds/meters (waiting for arrival.. will make feedback)

 

And there are already done matrix with 100leds/m (32*8)

http://fr.aliexpress.com/item/1PCS-8-32-WS2812B-256-Pixels-Display-LED-Matrix-DC5V-Full-Color-5050-RGB-Screen-Light/32395668681.html

 

the big advantage is the only 3 cables used for a whole new world of magic.. 

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and we waited +1 year to explore more in deep, thanks randr :)

and thanks swisslizard for opening worlds ;)

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Yeah I've had the test board a year. Kicking myself for not testing earlier.

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Never mind. Things take time. I started to venture into this world more than 2 years ago and slowly but surely I am get closer to the point where that thing can really be used. .)

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Can i have a board too  :)

My arduino is sooooooo limited  :D  :D

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@Swisslizard

 

I get good results using bmp for shapes(circles or whatever) what if we provided many basic default shapes to install in config folder(wherever ini files are) and simple call the shapes? seems to work very good honestly! 

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pretty good :)

is it 144 leds/m

i will have less rows in my cab, less space, is it too big if you stretch it for the all height?

hey gech ;)

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DOF just scales the gfx you display for the size of the specified area (at least it should ;) ). The real resolution of the strip is cpmpletely abstracted and hidden from the table configs.

Regardong the shapes. I am thinking about adding a default shape set in gray scales, so we could also select the color for the shapes. The shape file could have many shapes and even contain small animations. That would make configuration easier and still give a lot of extra possibilities.

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Circle is with 144/meter. Actually I want circle smaller but to difficult to do this way. Will see what swisslizard comes up with

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I had a closer look at the code DOF to determine a way to display shapes like circles or even small animations.

 

There are a few things to be done, but it looks feasible.

 

The will be a new config option to select the shape you want to display, plus a internal bitmap file with a bunch of standard shapes and animations (last line of the image):

 

Shapes.png

 

The shapes will be just shades of gray, so the color can be set in the effect config as usual (That will actually be the main part of the work required).

 

It will take a bit of time to do this, since I first need to test some other bits of code for DOF which I have written more than 2 months ago, but never found time to test it yet.

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I had a closer look at the code DOF to determine a way to display shapes like circles or even small animations.

 

There are a few things to be done, but it looks feasible.

 

The will be a new config option to select the shape you want to display, plus a internal bitmap file with a bunch of standard shapes and animations (last line of the image):

 

Shapes.png

 

The shapes will be just shades of gray, so the color can be set in the effect config as usual (That will actually be the main part of the work required).

 

It will take a bit of time to do this, since I first need to test some other bits of code for DOF which I have written more than 2 months ago, but never found time to test it yet.

 

 

Any thing you need help testing with let me know. thanks again swisslizard.

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i prefer the first circle not fully filled personally, will order the 96led per meter :)

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hmm i can make 6, or maybe only 5 rows of these ledstrips on my flasher panel, supposing they are 1cm large, is it still worthy you think?

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