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March 14, 2014 AT 1:15 pm

NeoPixel LED Strip Javascript Simulation

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NeoPixel LED Strip Simulation

This is an example of my WS2812 RGB LED strip simulation in JavaScript. These LED strips are popular in Arduino projects because they only require one GPIO output pin to control, handle PWM output of the RGB state automatically, and offer a relatively easy way to address individual pixels in the strip. Strips can even be cut and reconnected serially to create a 2D matrix, if desired.

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