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sACN Artnet LED Driver #Arduino

From Bob Lynas on YouTube:

This project really packs some punch for a small AVR processor, I am using an Arduino Nano (32k/2k) and a piggy backed 10T ethernet board (ENC28J60), most of the flash and ram are used but it can still serve a half decent config browser page along with the ability to switch over to UDP streaming mode to convert data to either ArtNet or sACN (E1.31). Two independant Universes (512bytes each, 340 RGB pixels in total) are decoded and each universe is sent out via a 3 pin JST plug to a panel of WS2811/WS2812(b) Pixel LEDs. Comments & Questions appreciated

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