Animated candle using Adafruit Feather and Adafruit CharliePlex FeatherWing #Feather
Thanks for sending this in William – Via Github William says:
I started with the Adafruit Fire Pendant demo and modified it
for the Feather and CharliePlex FeatherWing.
This version uses the Adafruit_IS31FL3731_Wing() library without any hacks
or “non-standard” code. To get it to fit memory a few selected frames have
The python convert script was modified to resize the images to 7×15. It
also produces a more “user friendly” data file, each image is formatted as a
separate rectangle with the image size and a small description.
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