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40,000 lights synchronized and static
50% assembled and displayed
and by saying "This is a reformatted version of Draco's original blog post, which is contained in this thread." it *SEEMS* like you're expecting them to read it... if not in the first place, then certainly afterwards....
before would improve the signal to noise ratio.
Last edited by diamaunt; 01-30-2011 at 02:19 AM.
wow... off topic... lets get back to lights and broads, and stop bickering over reading comprehension skills....
Any updates on testing of the GE interfaces?
I too am following this. Got a set of lights myself and would like to control them. Any more details?
Right now I have 3 boards out to folks for testing. Assuming no issues surface that are related to the hardware design, my plan is to order enough PC boards to bring the per-board cost down to $10 or so. That way I can offer a blank PC board and a pre-programmed eeprom for less than $15 to anyone that wants to build their own, even before a coop gets organized. The PC board is the main part that is significantly cheaper in quantity, and a pre-programmed eeprom eliminates the need to have a prop programmer. The ethernet module has no price break, and the CPU doesn't have much.
If all goes according to plan, I expect to have PC boards available by the 2nd week of March.
This thread has become a catch-all mess...I'm locking it. Starting a new thread or posting elsewhere is more appropriate imo than adding to this thread.