Having some fun with my WS2812B and MSGEQ7 Spectrum Analyzer.

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(W “willy8236” C) #1

Having some fun with my WS2812B and MSGEQ7 Spectrum Analyzer.
This time trying some code with the FastLED Libray.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGton_zqrS0

(Marc Miller) #2

That is super Willy! Nice pattern variations.

Any build photos? How many pixels per meter on the strips you used?

(W “willy8236” C) #3

@marmil Thanks for your comment.
I do have some pictures of my build I may post some of them later.
I basically used Denis Lanfrit’s design from his website: http://www.hardwareguida.altervista.org/spectrum-i/?doing_wp_cron=1537138674.6949400901794433593750

My design has more leds per tower. 10 leds per tower with a total of 70 leds. The type of led I used is the PL9823 similar to WS2812b.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01ABUDW6C/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

The whole set of leds are treated as a single led strp.

(W “willy8236” C) #4

Here is short video with pictures of the Spectrum.
missing/deleted image from Google+

(Marc Miller) #5

Oh, you didn’t use LED strips! (I didn’t actually click through on the link you provided.) Nice. You got some good soldering practice. :wink:

(Yves BAZIN) #6

Super nice !!