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Don't worry. It should work. Pinout and Vgs are the same.
We got a little busy the last days, also thanks to you. Orders are still not too many. Our two people company can still handle to pack all orders. ;) Happy to hear all the positive feedback.
Thanks for the hint. I just corrected this mistake.
Thanks for publishing. Please check the capacitor pin distance. A bigger one with 5mm leg distance is recommended.
Due to many request we just put the electronic kit online:http://www.cubic-print.com/Time-Frame-Electronic/e...
Thanks for the hint. Electronic Kit is available now:http://www.cubic-print.com/Time-Frame-Electronic/en
Congratulations. Looks really great. The "_simple" code is not considering any buttons or potentiometers. "_full" code should be used. That is also the version we pre-preogram for the kit. Latest files can be found on github.
Yes, they are 10K. Everything between 1K and 100K will work as well.
500 LED-Pixel RGB-Brick
Filming is a challange. We also had flickering issues. Turn of all artificial light sources in the room as they will overlay even another frequency of 50Hz and try different cameras in daylight. Results were acceptable with phones when the flower was slightly out of focus and the LEDs were not visible in the frame itself.
Great to see that the very first set we sold turned out so well. Amazing improvements. I imagine that the brightness is reduced due to the shading and milk glas. Is the effect still visible in broad daylight? Did you adjust the LED duty cycle in the firmware?
Good hint. Thanks. The base frequency of the magnet is 80Hz. The LED frequency is slightly different depending on movement speed. In "distorted reality" mode the LED frequency is doubled to around 160 Hz.
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