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32×32 RGB LED Matrix Display + Raspberry Pi: Rotating Triangle Without AntiAliasing @Rasberry_pi#piday #raspberrypi
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/12/23/32x32-rgb-led-matrix-display-raspberry-pi-rotating-triangle-without-antialiasing-rasberry_pi-piday-raspberrypi/

Beautiful project video from YouTube user Geeks3D.

This video shows a real time 3D triangle rendered on a 32×32 RGB LED matrix panel (Adafruit) with a Raspberry Pi 3 (hardware) and GeeXLab (software). Rendering is done with OpenGL 2.1 on Raspbian Jessie.

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https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/12/23/32x32-rgb-led-matrix-display-raspberry-pi-rotating-triangle-without-antialiasing-rasberry_pi-piday-raspberrypi/
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+Stuart Taylor​ I realize that... I meant what engine/library/whatever made it (e.g d3.js)?

Re. the spam question, I guess that's up to the group owners. It's not LED related, but adjacent enough to my interests and the area that I didn't view it as that.
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Awesome! You running (2) micros with one input? I didn't see any syncing in the code, but they look timed well
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Tiny IoT Temperature Sensor Powered Wirelessly with Radio Waves
As reported by GizMag: One of the problems for the smart buildings of tomorrow is that they may depend on some very un-smart wires to power them. To cut the cord, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) researcher Hao Gao, ...
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Cant belive how the code goes so fast. 
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Hi, I have a small problem with the function of FASTLED library with a pir.
https://codebender.cc/sketch:364362

When I put the code one line 41, Its running perfectly. I have decide to move line 43 or 46 after the pir is HIGH.

It is showing only one pixel, so I had to wait every time the Serial.println("THE END") to add each the pixel.

Anyone does know what cause is that? 
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 Make an #ESP8266  based #WiFi  watering system connected to the #InternetOfThings . It can easily be programmed with the +Arduino 
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need help with code, example code is http://pastebin.com/9g0f73jE. I m having hard time with pir sensor with Adafruit NeoPixel library. when i put some code topdown(); function (line 39) , the serial monitor keeping tell me the pir is HIGH all the time...

if put the comment topdown(); function the serial monitor is running normally.

motion ended at 0 sec
motion ended at 1 sec
motion ended at 2 sec


I am not sure what is the cause pir is HIGH.
Should I add some delay function?


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Hello Brian. This is the G+ group for users of the FastLED library, but I don't see that being used in your code. You might have better luck with your pir and/or NeoPixel library questions in the Adafruit forums. 
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+Bryan Goines cool check it out! 
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Tool sharpening is boring, sometimes
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