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How to Make a DMX Light Controller #RaspberryPi #piday @Raspberry_Pi #iLuvePi2

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Great project from instuctables member LouisLeBlin:

Just switch on your favourite Raspberry Pi and start controlling a show from any smartphone or laptop connected to the Internet. Sounds cool right? Well, this is exactly the goal of this project. You will just need a Raspberry Pi and a DMX to USB interface, and you should be ready to go within an hour.

Quick notice: To help you follow these steps, you might want to have a look at flashular’s Raspberry Pi as a DMX light controller which is one of the building blocks of this project.

Before you begin, you know I’ll be really happy to answer any of your questions so feel free to ping me!

Full instructable


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