[DIY] Amblight project/guide - Hyperion - WS2801/ WS2812B / APA102 | Page 36

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  1. Cachiputi

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    Hello friends!!



    I have mounted an Ambilight system with Hyperion on a RaspBerry Pi 3 with LibreElec.
    I used an APA102 LED strip.

    Now I would like to be able to use that LED strip by USB (now it works by GPIO).

    I have seen this KIT in AliExpress and I bought it, just for the box (which I guess it will be an Arduino).

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    AliExpress KIT, I see that it is with WS2812 LED strip and this LED strip uses 3 Pins, and my system with APA102 uses 4 Pins.

    Do you think I could adapt that box to my system?
    Do you know how I can do it?
    Somebody made it?

    My intention is to be able to use my system by USB and connect it to a Xiaomi BOX TV, which can be installed with KODI Hyperion as well.

    I leave a video of my system working.



    Thank you so much!!
     
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