RGB Light Arrays
I said I was going to do this three years ago, but time kinda got away from me. I spent a few hours writing code that can programmatically construct rectangular RGB Light modules. They don’t do anything on their own, they just take out a portion of the manual labor required to make them. I’ve included the 64x64 array here, not because I expect anyone to use all 4096 lights, but because maybe they’ll sculpt a shape out of the lights by deleting the portions they don’t want and use them that way.
For giggles, I also made a 256x256 array. It was 8 megabytes large so I didn’t include it, but here are the results. For reference, I’m using a 15" Surface Book 2. It felt like by the time all of the lights were on screen the framerate was like 1 frame/5 seconds. I don’t think I will make a 512x512 version, haha.
I plan on doing some more with this in the near future, but I’m not sure what just yet. This was more of a proof-of-concept to see if I could create a valid Audulus file using code. If anyone else has any suggestions for something interesting that could be constructed programmatically, let me know and I’ll look into it.
|Vanilla||4x4 RGB Light Array.audulus (2.3 KB)||04/01/2019||4x4|
|Vanilla||8x8 RGB Light Array.audulus (8.3 KB)||04/01/2019||8x8|
|Vanilla||16x16 RGB Light Array.audulus (32.9 KB)||04/01/2019||16x16|
|Vanilla||32x32 RGB Light Array.audulus (131.9 KB)||04/01/2019||32x32|
|Vanilla||64x64 RGB Light Array.audulus (529.9 KB)||04/01/2019||64x64|