So this is my first experiment in the arduino world, however I have been using an espruino and a Pi up until this point so I have a little prior knowledge.
I have a project on the go which involves basically a grid of RGB leds created from a strip (because the dimensions and spacing I want aren't available as a matrix). But before I go and get stuck in taking the long route i'd like to know if there are;
- Any useful Libraries for Addressable RGB control?
- On the espruino it was mentioned that because the LEDs are technically forming a grid that I could use a command with a 'SetPixel' style, would this also be feasible on Arduino?
For extra project info keep reading;
The project is an A4 X-ray illuminator with a twist. the illuminator is created using a grid of addressable RGB LED's, that allow me to create patterns (such as sweeps, fades... etc). However instead of putting X-rays on top I put on Acetate artwork, that has been painted with transparent inks, thus allowing the light to diffuse through the art.