That was fast! Just a few days after being published, we’ve added a new feature to our LIGHTSHIP LED Animation guide: by substituting a Feather M0 Adalogger (in place of the Feather M0 WiFi), you can now play back animation sequences that have been recorded to a microSD card. Animation is generated the same way as before, using the Processing programming language. A new page in the guide explains the changes, and the code on Github has been updated.
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