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    Just a quick note.....we really have no set agenda this year. One topic planed is using triggers and I sm hoping for one on Rasberry Pi as well as Nutcracker. No times as of yet, but, hey....feel free to pop in!!

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    I'm planning on bringing a small display using the Raspberry Pi running the new version of FPP. Any problem with a little overlap?
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    Not at all!! In fact I welcome it!!! Thanks

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    Thanks to the organizers and participants of the 2014 EPIC. I learned a lot (love when that happens ), got a bunch of ideas for new projects (my wife hates when that happens ) ,met a bunch of very nice if some what obsessed people (nice to know that your not the only one ) and in general had a great time. Thanks again to everyone involved and I hope to see you all next year.

    Ron
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    Quote Originally Posted by maffeirw View Post
    I'm planning on bringing a small display using the Raspberry Pi running the new version of FPP.
    Only in this hobby can a "small display" include a video projection, 4 talking servo skulls, a 25 arm 8ft diameter 3d pixel starburst, pixel strips, regular light strands and 10 other things i forgot all running on a Raspberry Pi!!!

    Thank you for an amazing demo, it truly was one of the highlights of the Epic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jklingert View Post
    Only in this hobby can a "small display" include a video projection, 4 talking servo skulls, a 25 arm 8ft diameter 3d pixel starburst, pixel strips, regular light strands and 10 other things i forgot all running on a Raspberry Pi!!!

    Thank you for an amazing demo, it truly was one of the highlights of the Epic!
    Dido these thoughts. Amazed by the smoothness of all those components running together on a $30 board.
    The skulls were definitely cool
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    sorry the streaming didn't go well.. will have to do a phone hotspot next time
    Allison
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