Tyler Bershad and David Deininger have created a new Arduino based light controller called the Lumin8 Pro that enables you to create complex lighting effects with ease, and is capable of accepting audio from a variety of sources.
Whether you want to control fade speed, brightness, frequency response, colour, response level for low beats, heavy beats, dynamic response even or just use the provided pre-sets the Lumin8 Pro will let thou do it with ease. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Lumin8 Pro project and see it in action.
Lumin8 Pro and Lumin8 Mini are electronic controllers based on the ATMEL chipset Atmega328P made popular by the awesome Arduino programming platform. The Lumin8 Pro and Lumin8 Mini project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $2,500 pledges to make the jump from concept to production, the development team explain a little more:
“The controllers utilize an audio signal to make RGB LED’s “dance” to the beat, better known as a Color Organ (simple example). Just split an audio signal source using a regular audio cable and splitter, connect to Lumin8 and to your speaker system, and you’re ready to go.
What makes Lumin8 different is that you can alter so many different aspects of your lighting experience in as simple as a few presses of a button, or dive in and control every little detail of every channel”
So if you think Lumin8 Pro and Lumin8 Mini is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Lumin8 become a reality.
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