From the actual color scheme from the Empire State Building in NYC, to my LEGO Empire State Building on the other side of the ocean. Every night my LEGO Empire State Builing has the same colors as it’s brother in NYC. Just because it can.
On a Raspberry Pi, Node-RED retrieves the current color scheme from the website of the Empire State Buildings’ color scheme. Parses this data to JSON and sends it with BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) to Adafruit Feather. The Feather takes care that a NeoPixel emits the colors to my LEGO setup.
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