32×32 RGB LED matrix panel Minecraft


Over the holidays, Adafruit community member “jillesdotcom” worked to tune Arduino code for the running RGB color on our 32×32 RGB LED matrix panels, and produced these fun Minecraft visuals. Shared here on the Adafruit Forums:

Had some fun coding the 32×32 RGB matrix on the arduino this Christmas

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I rewrote the RGB (de)coding functions and created some constants to color a bit easier.

rgbcolor() uses seperate codes for red, green & blue e.g. 0..255 or 0x00..0xff
htmlcolor() uses a single (HTML) colorcode, e.g. 0xFF00FF

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