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Hi,Sorry for the late response. I don't have very much electronic knowledge so I'm not sure sorry. I would test all the connections are connected properly and maybe find another way to test the LEDs.
That sounds really interesting! Good work. Are you able to create an Instructables page on how you did it?
Sorry for the late reply. Yes that's correct in terms of using Jinx for animations. What I now use is the FastLED3 animations which run straight from the Arduino itself, which is much easier, but the animations aren't as cool.
Hi, I'm sorry you can't use Jinx like that it has to run on a Windows machine. You've two options:Install the FastLED https://github.com/FastLED/FastLED/releases Code onto the Arduino to run it alone with those animations or:Install http://www.solderlab.de/index.php/downloads/catego... on the Arduino and then run Jinx on a PC Connected to the Arduino by USB.I wish I could put Jinx animations straight on to the Arduino too! I'll do some research on the LEDMatrixControl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6_UYb6I4x4 this week. Thanks for the heads up!
Awesome! I love it. Good work.
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