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Use a $1 ATTiny to Drive Addressable RGB LEDs
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Nice work! I'm looking into building a Pixelstick-clone myself and stumbled upon your instructable while doing some research. Is there a reason your gamma table only goes up to 127? As far as I know the WS2812 LEDs use 8 bits per color channel.
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