This is my first post here. I'm hoping you might be able to help me since I'm kind of stuck. I have a project where I aim to be able to control a single LED strip with video via. a program called madmapper. By googling i stumbled upon this article: http://vjspain.com/blog/2014/02/10/arduino-based-digital-led-strip-dimmer/ and decided that i wanted to try and stick as close as possible to his setup. Only difference is he's using 4x1 meter of WS2812's and I'm trying to get a single 5 meter lpd8806 going.
Then i tried to verify the authors code, but got the following error message:
ArtNET_DMX_Kike.ino: In function 'void setup()': ArtNET_DMX_Kike:43: error: 'OnFrameReceiveComplete' was not declared in this scope
The same thing happened when i tried to verify one of the example sketches that the conceptinetics library came with, particularly DMX_Slave_signal_Timeout as it contains the same piece of code that I'm having trouble with, and sure enough, the same error message appears.
I then contacted the author and asked for help. He suggested that the library might have been installed in some erroneous way. Ok. Then i reinstalled the library and tried again and now the example sketch i mentioned works fine.. It compiles. But the error message above is still there when i try to verify the code that i want to use. How can that be?
I should mention that i have an edited version the code (in the link) tailored to my specific needs. But both the one in the link and my own code produces the same error.
I basically have no clue why I get this error. It works fine for the author, but not for me, even if it's the exact (assumption) same code.
PS: This is my first project with arduino ever, and also with coding. I'm a VJ and what I do best is 3d mapping. My motivation for getting in to this is that would love to integrate LEDs into my mapping projects so that the content/source of animation is the same, but expressed though different medias.. In the long run I'd like to make my projects interactive and I have this idea that arduinos is the way to go. :)