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Turn your monitor into a programmable moodlight.

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Turn your monitor into a programmable moodlight.

Post#1 by tim » 07 Sep 2020, 16:58


https://thelotteryforum.com/viewtopic.p ... 2204#p2204
It uses colors from an image.
So to program your desired colors you could create an image of 10 pixels one color and then 10 pixels of next color and so on..
it'll cycle to the end and loop around at beginning again (with average of 10 moving pixels).
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