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  • Ambilight DFMirage [super Fast Screen Capture and Processing]

    Reading from "https://www.ebay.com/itm/10pc-Worldsemi-WS2801SO-3... i don't see how it's different from the chip that was embedded in my strip so no .. But are you powering your led from arduino 5v ? if so .. that's not nearly enough to power it, otherwise you'll need to calculate the minimum power required for your LED count, by checking the power requirement for your LED strip and applying some simple math, example is shown in previous comments replying to "KunalD20".. finally setting the "Settings.ini", for testing now disable everything meaning set to "fasle" to all bools, and only set "true" to "enable screen leds (bool)" , set "arduino screen comport:" to your arduino comport which is very important, set the exact n...

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    Reading from "https://www.ebay.com/itm/10pc-Worldsemi-WS2801SO-3... i don't see how it's different from the chip that was embedded in my strip so no .. But are you powering your led from arduino 5v ? if so .. that's not nearly enough to power it, otherwise you'll need to calculate the minimum power required for your LED count, by checking the power requirement for your LED strip and applying some simple math, example is shown in previous comments replying to "KunalD20".. finally setting the "Settings.ini", for testing now disable everything meaning set to "fasle" to all bools, and only set "true" to "enable screen leds (bool)" , set "arduino screen comport:" to your arduino comport which is very important, set the exact number of LEDS for top, bottom, left and right. both steps mentioned are critical but please don't rely on troubleshooting using this setup, first make sure you are fully able to control the leds from the arduino directly, all leds and all R , G, B colors, only then move to trying. just so the base is clear and not stack problems upon other problems. good luck

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  • Ambilight DFMirage [super Fast Screen Capture and Processing]

    Well seems like we both don’t know exactly whats not working on your setup , is it power to leds ? Is it the connection between the app and microcontroller ? Is it the screen scanning driver ? Power to the LED strip ? So many variables to be considered, i’d start with using only arduino and some searching to write a code to test the strip, this way the hardware part can be troubleshooted

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  • Ambilight DFMirage [super Fast Screen Capture and Processing]

    yes its available on this post a very long time ago with the name "LedController3.0.rar"

    Yes very much can be, 1 of two well need the change, arduino code or c# pc code, your gonna have to find where all the three RGB colors are calculated and processed, at that stage you might alter the values as you need. another and more recommened way is to alter "gamma" correction parameter.

    at aliexpress details u can find that it's 8.64W/m, which mean 8.64 watts for each meter, P = I*V, 8.64=(I)*5, I = 1.728, 1.728 A for 1 meter, 8.64 for 5 meters, 20 A is plenty :)

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  • h0uri commented on h0uri's instructable RGB Led Control [PC,Arduino]10 months ago
    RGB Led Control [PC,Arduino]

    not with this app no

    Glad you found it :)

    you can customise it to your needs, other models of arduino have more or less which mean you can have more or less leds, arduino code might require some changes depending on the other model used

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  • Extreme Ambilight System Using [ws2801 + Arduino Uno]

    Well done :)

    Download the sketch attached to this post and upload it to your arduino. to clarify more, fastled library consists of examples sketches to preview how the library work which in our case is already figured out and implemented in the sketch attached in the post which makes your life a bit easier.

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  • h0uri commented on h0uri's instructable Audio Spectrum Software [C#]2 years ago
    Audio Spectrum Software [C#]

    this solution doesn't work with arduino, but you can always set it up to send serial data to your arduino.

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  • Ambilight DFMirage [super fast screen capture and processing]

    try v3.0, it has bottom leds .. :)

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  • Ambilight DFMirage [super fast screen capture and processing]

    i've decided to discontinue this project,please read the notes.also i've been working on another project with the same goals,along with new features such as color control,bottom leds support,music analyzer,and control your led system fully from a mobile device locally, i'll make sure to update this thread once fully done, in a week hopefly .. :)

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  • h0uri commented on h0uri's instructable Remote Hardware Monitor2 years ago
    Remote Hardware Monitor

    sample code ? u get the source code when you download it .. :D

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  • h0uri commented on h0uri's instructable Remote Hardware Monitor2 years ago
    Remote Hardware Monitor

    truely sorry , it was an honest mistake, i forgot .. :D

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  • Extreme Ambilight System using [ws2801 + arduino uno]

    also connect the external gnd to the arduino gnd .. might help ..

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