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    Default New Mini Pixel Trees are finally done!

    Attachment 25009

    Finally got em done. 50 pixels per tree, 5 pixels per star. 5v DC-DC converters on each tree. All fed with 24vdc from a single weatherproof supply. Data via DMX bridge and Pixel Extenders.

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    Spectacular job .. I love the stars ..
    Thanks,
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    Wow, like those stars.
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    Well done. Those will look great. I have been thinking about moving my minitrees from single channels to full RGBs. I will keep a copy of your photo so I have something to copy!! Thanks for posting. Did you hand-make the mini trees? The reason I ask is that they don't look like the "normal" upside-down tomato cages... Thanks!!
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    Thanks guys,

    I will put up a whole section in my dropbox on them sometime tomorrow and post the link here.

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    w0w.

    Not one, we have to see them lit up comment?? You guys are getting soft in your old age!!!

    I like them they look great, be interested to see them doing a little dance, especially to see the starts.
    Tory
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    Looks good, what type of pixels did you use in the stars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Livermore-Dad View Post
    w0w.

    Not one, we have to see them lit up comment?? You guys are getting soft in your old age!!!

    I like them they look great, be interested to see them doing a little dance, especially to see the starts.
    Tory
    +1 lol
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    Glad you all like em'.

    There is a very short video showing them working. I haven't really done any programming yet. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6mmj1wrm6...66o-U6dta?dl=0

    There is also build info

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    Very clean build and they look fantastic! Great job.

    P.S. I learned a new word for today "connectorized"...

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