And Mark Estes ' demos (my best of sample) running in their natural habitat

(Marc MERLIN) #1

And @Mark_Estes ’ demos (my best of sample) running in their natural habitat of 64x64, even if my 1m^2 panel is a bit bigger than Mark’s table, and my pixels aren’t layed out as well, it still looks quite good.


Of course huge thanks to @Yves_BAZIN for his help and encouragement during my build, even if I’m not using his driver yet (I’m using @Sam_Guyer 's driver which is 2x slower, but still gives me around 50fps, so good enough)

(Yves BAZIN) #2

@Marc_MERLIN super nice animations !!! And with the musique it’s perfect
I am gonna try this !!

(Marc MERLIN) #3

@Yves_BAZIN Music is Above and Beyond Acoustic concert: (in case you hadn’t noticed yet, I’m a trance fan, although this concert played the instrumental parts of their famous trance tracks)

(Yves BAZIN) #4

@Marc_MERLIN thank you. it’s a really nice song

(Smart Interior Systems) #5

Looks goods.

(Yves BAZIN) #6

@Marc_MERLIN would you mind sharing your code as to go from your pane to mine I just need to change two lines :wink:

(Marc MERLIN) #7

Sorry, I didn’t quite understand your question. You looked at , right?

(Yves BAZIN) #8

@Marc_MERLIN Oki i see where to make the changes

(Yves BAZIN) #9

@Marc_MERLIN I have a division by zero exception. I know I read something like this here somewhere do you remember what was the fix ?

(Marc MERLIN) #10


(Yves BAZIN) #11

@Marc_MERLIN thank you I will try that

(Kelvin Mead) #12

that firework pattern is what I’ve been trying to work on for 2 weeks now… :frowning:

(Marc MERLIN) #13

@Kelvin_Mead which firework pattern, can you point to my source?

Once you get basic FastLED::NeoMatrix working for your layout, i should just work.
If no please describe problems and I’ll try to help.

(Mark Estes) #14

wow, looks great. humbled that you would take the time to recreate these.

(Marc MERLIN) #15

@Mark_Estes you did all the work, making your code work with my matrices, was pretty easy. The longest part was watching your 110 demos or so, and selecting the ones I liked the most :slight_smile:
I then added a bit of code to control the current running pattern via serial port and allow jumping through a sub-section of your demos.