Introduction: DIY Ambient Lighting With Hyperion. Works With HDMI/AV Sources || Raspberry Pi
This is an expansion of my previous Ambient Lighting build. Take a look at it first:
This time I will add a new function to my DIY Ambient Lighting. Until now It only works with the Raspbmc software. That means that I can not add Ambient Lighting to my PS3 or cable TV. That is about to change.
Step 1: Watch the Video!
The video tells you all important steps that you have to follow to make this build happen.
Step 2: Order Your Parts!
Here are the components with example sellers that I used. If you buy exactly the same ones then it should probably work for you as well (affiliate links):
BIGtec USB 2.0 Audio Video Grabber: http://amzn.to/1sXPKst
HDMI Splitter: http://amzn.to/1sAL86B
HDMI 2 AV Converter: http://amzn.to/1jQlcDE
USB Audio Video Grabber:https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_dXcU4Vk
HDMI Splitter: https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_dZeoBCe
HDMI 2 AV Converter: https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_dTvJTPk
USB Audio Video Grabber: http://amzn.to/1EOxvJC
HDMI Splitter: http://amzn.to/1RaA3rZ
HDMI 2 AV Converter:http://amzn.to/1GNaxRj
Step 3: Download the Software!
You can download the Hyperion configurator directly from here.
But you have to download the img. file (513MB):
Step 4: Download the Android App!
It is really awesome to use those WS2801 LED strips as a mood light.
And the Android App makes it so much easier. So go ahead and download it. You can also buy the 1$ app to support the developers:
Step 5: Success!
You did it! Again! Congratulations to your second Ambient Lighting Build. I hope you enjoyed it.
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