Thought I would have a little fun today. My grandson loves dragons.

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(bbowley2) #1

Thought I would have a little fun today. My grandson loves dragons.

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(Don Kleinschnitz Jr.) #2

Pretty Sweet!

(Steve Anken) #3

Very nice but using esp32 you could use you cell phone instead and make up your own patterns and even make it react to music. Check out the fastLED group.

(James Rivera) #4

@Steve_Anken Link?

(Steve Anken) #5

@James_Rivera https://plus.google.com/u/1/communities/109127054924227823508

(bbowley2) #6

@James_Rivera Link to what?

(James Rivera) #7

@bbowley2 Seriously? See the post just after mine.

(bbowley2) #8

@Steve_Anken I would like the lights to react to music.

(Steve Anken) #9

@bbowley2 some folks doing that in the fastLED group. see my post to James for the link or just search Communities in Google+.

(Nigel Caddick) #10

Is that a hand made base? What type of LED strip do you use? I find I can’t match the brightness of the plastic ready made bases, the LED’s are much closer together and brighter with them, my 5050 and 3528 strips are nowhere near as bright :frowning:

(bbowley2) #11

@Nigel_Caddick They are handmade. I can’t remember the exact led’s but I put in a mini receiver with the small remote.