WiFi LED Light (ESP8266 + WS2812B + Lua)

Posted on Wednesday, February 11th, 2015 in LEDs, project logs, wireless by DP


Markus Gritsch shared his WiFi LED light project in the forum:

I built a prototype for a WiFi controllable LED light, using the popular ESP8266 module running the NodeMCU firmware [1]. To allow controlling the WS2812B LEDs from Lua, I extended the firmware with a bit of C code

Check out the video after the break.

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One Response to “WiFi LED Light (ESP8266 + WS2812B + Lua)”

  1. Zheng De Rong says:

    Can I know more this project

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