I just finished setting up this new blog, where I can document all of my electronic and programming projects more easily than my previous blog. My previous blog only has three posts, so I don't think anyone would be sad to see it go, but I'll still leave it archived. Instead of migrating the content, I'll just summarize each of the posts here.
Electric Sheep Renders
In this post, I shared some really cool HD renders that I did from Scott Drave's Electric Sheep project. A lot of my results ended up visually fascinating and captured a lot of detail that gets lost in their default low res video format. You can look at and download all of my renders here.
Large LED Display
This is my largest project to date, at least in physical terms. It contains 690 individually addressable RGB LEDs on a wood frame with a diffuse screen. It's driven by a Beaglebone Black with minimal external components and can be controlled over the network, or from anywhere in the world.
I'm hoping to revisit this project soon when I do some repairs and turn it into an IoT live display.
OttoLight - Internet Controlled LED Lighting
I built this during the first UT Dallas hackathon. There are three LED strips, each powered and driven separately. Meanwhile, a master controller is connected to a webserver and to each of the three controllers over a private RF channel. By using a simple web interface, you can control each strip from anywhere. It was a challenge building this from the ground up in only 24 hours, but I really enjoyed the stressed productivity mode that it put me in.