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  • DIY RGB-LED Glow Poi With Remote Control

    Im not sure if your "cabelig" is correct. Maybe use jumper wires to connect the two - you want to connect RX to TX and TX to RX.I've also experienced this issue a lot of times. Mostly happens when you are connected but have some little thing wrong. Things I did to resolve this:- Make sure cabling is correct.- Hold down reset-button when starting to upload and wait untill the programmer waits for the arduino, then let go.- Make sure settings are correct. The Chip at Aliexpress says "328P" but double check yours is too ad try 8MHZ instead of 16Mhz- If your on a USB-C macbook, try a different dongle.- While this occurs, plug out the programmer after almost every try. Sometimes it gets "stuck" eve though everything else is correct.... and then I realised what y...

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    Im not sure if your "cabelig" is correct. Maybe use jumper wires to connect the two - you want to connect RX to TX and TX to RX.I've also experienced this issue a lot of times. Mostly happens when you are connected but have some little thing wrong. Things I did to resolve this:- Make sure cabling is correct.- Hold down reset-button when starting to upload and wait untill the programmer waits for the arduino, then let go.- Make sure settings are correct. The Chip at Aliexpress says "328P" but double check yours is too ad try 8MHZ instead of 16Mhz- If your on a USB-C macbook, try a different dongle.- While this occurs, plug out the programmer after almost every try. Sometimes it gets "stuck" eve though everything else is correct.... and then I realised what you're actually on about :D You might want to uninstall the driver for the FTXX. The comment for OSX on the link you sent says "If using a device with standard FTDI vendor and product identifiers, install D2xxHelper to prevent OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) claiming the device as a serial port (locking out D2XX programs)." ... but thats exactly what we need.

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  • DIY RGB-LED Glow Poi With Remote Control

    Hey, I get exactly the same, the message is just to tell you what version of fastLED your compiling. Check out https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Directive_(programming) to learn more - basically the developer of the fastLED library added a message to the code that gets output to the compiler output/log telling you what version you are using. Nothing to worry about & thanks for trying this build

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  • MilanDer commented on MilanDer's instructable DIY RGB-LED Glow Poi With Remote Control4 weeks ago
    DIY RGB-LED Glow Poi With Remote Control

    Hey, you mean the actual static pictures? Those are just taken with a tripod and long exposure times.Not sure, what camera you might need. I used a DSLR but I guess most "simple" cameras nowadays support manual settings and even some apps exist for that kind of setting. Just google for "Long-Time Exposure Photograhpy"If you're referring to the animated gifs, those were videos taken with also the slowest possible shutter-speed and then I enhanced the effect using after-effects "echo" effect, blending something like 2 or 3 frames together with about 20% feedback and I think add or add negative as mode.

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