Dear FastLED experts,
how would one go about simulating dynamics of natural light with an APA102C 144 LED strip and FastLED’s functions - meaning having all LEDs lit, but very slowly, sometimes nearly perceptibly, sometimes noticeably, “twinkling” in the sense that random LEDs become very slowly a bit brighter or darker, also changing colour temperature from “cold white” to “warm white” to “cold white” during the course of many hours? So, there’s two things going on at different speeds - a slow random “twinkling” and a very slow overall colour change of the entire strip.
Think sunlight passing through very slowly moving long grass, foliage or clouds during the course of the day, sometimes moving not at all, sometimes agitated quite a bit by wind.
I am using an Adafruit Metro Mini with the LED strip at the moment. I know with that I can have only 256 PWM dimming levels, but it’s first about the principle. Later, I could probably buy some IC or breakout board that provides 12 or 16 bit PWm.
Any hints regarding programming such an effect very much appreciated!