Hi to all of you!
I am in need of a person who would like to help me on a project I’m working on.
Quick explanation: Basically I have six acrylic bars which are stuffed with 16 LEDs each. So in total there are 96 LEDs I need to control using an Arduino.
To get a little bit more in detail: Those 16 LEDs in every acrylic bar are orange, 5mm strawhat ones (20mA on 1,95V). Now comes the tricky part (at least for me…)
I want to have every four LEDs (which are next to each other; so 1-4, 5-8, 9-12, 13-16) running in kind of a cross-fading repetitive pattern, where each of the “four-LED-clusters” runs the same pattern, just starting delayed from each other
The cross-fading pattern for each of the clusters should be LED1 in/out, LED3 in/out, LED2 in/out, LED4 in/out.
If the first cluster starts running the second cluster should start delayed for around maybe half a second, then the third one and then the fourth one. And then it should start again.
And that’s one of the acrylic bars! The other five should be exactly the same.
And on top of that I would need the circuit board for that aswell where to be honest I’m quite sure I got it already but I’m not sure if it works because I don’t have the code for testing it out (I’m very untalented when it comes to programming).
And of course there is payment! I’m willing to pay whatever effort, time and material it costs to set it up that way. I even got a video of a similar pattern I’m trying to reproduce where I’m sure of that would be kind of helpful because I don’t know if my description has been that good
With the best regards and a big thank you for reading,