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Raspberry Pi like pixels

Posted on Thursday, August 30th, 2012 in hacks by DP

Michu writes:

My OpenSource LED Matrix software  support the Raspberry Pi. Thanks to Scott Gibson, he wrote  and it accepts data from PixelController via UDP. I wrote a little Blog post about it

Via the forum.

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  1. Scott Gibson says:

    Lots of updates to the pixelpi project lately; working on wiimote controlled chase mode; Supports static image display and panning images across the array; POV mode(to display images on a strip); LED chase; Fade, working on more…

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