[Lab] Help: Sound Reactive mobile LED system
magicrobot at gmail.com
Thu Apr 24 12:23:22 EDT 2014
saw you playing last year for Nuit Blanche. like it!
I commented in Lab discussion before, I think it was you doing an
installation piece with lights working according to a respirator....?
anyhow. your time is tight, and you have equipped yourself with a pile
of good tech to put to use for some very interesting light and sound(and
limitless other possibilities)
just to give you a plan B, or simple thing to consider: led connected to
an audio amplifier output flicker with the sound.
goog luck with this. we'll be set up doing sound performance as well that
day. see you for a brief jam :)
On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 12:03 PM, Bucko <bucko at buckoart.com> wrote:
> I've been avoiding bothering the list about this project but after two
> trips to the Modlab it looks
> like it would be beneficial to send a message.
> I'll be performing at the Chinatown Remixed Festival on Saturday, May
> 17th. I have a specific
> performance idea for that event. It's a zen meditation walk remixed on a
> technological level.
> I will drive along Somerset and stop every few feet. At each stop I will
> play a synth sound on my iphone.
> Sound out from it would go into a microcontroller which would trigger
> approximately 300 LEDs wrapped /
> mounted on my power wheelchair. They'll produce either a twinkling or fade
> light pattern.
> Sound from the microcontroller would then go to a portable PA mounted on
> my chair.
> Sound is played. Lights sparkle. No sound. No sparkle. I stop with each
> sound. Observe the moment.
> Move when there is silence.
> After last nights ModLab visit, the power source for this project is
> concern #1 and then #2 is
> controlling the lights.
> First thought for #2 is to use a Teensy 3.1 with Audio Shield and
> OctoWS2811 adaptor.
> I have collected various gear in the hopes of making this project
> 2 x Teensy 3.1 boards
> 2 x Teensy Audio Shields
> 2 x OctoWS2811
> 1 x FadeCandy - Dithering USB-Controlled Driver for NeoPixels[ID:1689]
> 4 x 74AHC125 - Quad Level-Shifter (3V / 5V) (74AHC125) [ID:1787]
> 1 x Octolively Kit - Warm White - Tileable Interactive LEDs[ID:729]
> 1 x 5M WS2812B LED lights
> 1 x 5M 5050 RGB LED lights
> 2 x 4-pin JST SM Plug + Receptacle Cable Set[ID:578]
> 4 x Solderless Analog RGB LED Strip Clip Sampler[ID:1004]
> 1 x ZIPPY Flightmax 8000mAh 4S1P 30C
> I may need to get a different battery as I didn't realize how scary
> powerful the Li-Po that
> I got is.
> Any help with this project on the hardware or coding side would be much
> appreciated it!
> I'm under a tight deadline and thought it wouldn't be so complicated
> (famous last words).
> Thanks to everyone who has taken a look at this so far, especially Doug!
> *ID numbers from Adafruit catalog
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