demmax2004 wrote:Do you recommend increasing the height of the zones of leaving them default?
Are you asking me?
I can not advise you anything, I do not have the device Adalight.
Oh ok, which device do you use?
mlte wrote:Any way to make it grab from the second or third screen? it works fine on the primary screen but refuses to grab anything from the second or third screen.
Edit: Nevermind I managed it , still one of the Led's stays off even though it lights just fine if I check "avg color on all leds"
flash608 wrote:Hi Bavilo, mine looks like this ---> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZoCCAyrQFY I`ve finished it a couple days ago. It works great.
In my case i put leds directly to the sides of the furnitures. It depends only on your project, you can do it in so many ways.
Oh, i`m using leds from ebay, they are a copy of those one from Adafruit and they are so bright that i`m using those in about 10-40% depending on films etc.
flash608 wrote:I don`t know if i can post it here, but ok ---> http://www.ebay.com/itm/50pcs-12mm-IP65 ... 35c12558a7
It looks really bright cause my camera (SGS2) isn`t to fast to adjust to the current light conditions.
I suggest you to first (if you`re on Windows) install Arduino soft, then processing, and than run the adalight sketch or colorwhirl. That was the first software working with my leds nevertheless Lightpack is so much easier to use.