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  1. zanbee

    zanbee Portal User

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    Board: RBBB with USB to Serial board
    Firmware: FastSPI
    Protocol: Atmoduino
    LED strip model: WS2801 String (12mm Bullets)
    Number of LEDs: 50
    Screen size: 42"
    Power Supply: ATX from the PC
    Average Cost: 40 USD

    LEDs per side:
    - Top:
    17
    - Bottom: 15
    - Left: 9
    - Right: 9



    Using for: Moving Pictures and Music
    Start methode: Automatic
    Whishlist: Music activated color changer :)
     
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  3. calamaha

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    Home Country:
    Germany Germany
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    Board: SEDU-Board
    Firmware: V3.0
    Protocol: miniDMX
    LED strip model: WS2801 Stripe
    Number of LEDs: 64
    Screen size: 32"
    Power Supply: internal power supply (5V)

    LEDs per side:
    - Top: 26
    - Bottom: 10
    - Left: 14
    - Right: 14

    Using for: TV, Video, Music
    Start methode: Automatic
     
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  4. Teeo

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    Home Country:
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    Board: Arduino UNO rev.3
    Firmware: atmoduino
    Protocol: atmoduino
    LED strip model: WS2801 String (Bullets)
    Number of LEDs: 50
    Power Supply: DC 5V 4A
    Average Cost: 70 EUR

    LEDs per side:
    Top: 16
    Bottom: 16
    Left: 9
    Right: 9

    Using : Video/TV
    Manual/Auto start : Auto

    What is Your Wish ? Disable leds on windows hibernate/sleep
     
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  5. Ganesha
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    Board: Sedu
    Firmware: 3.0
    Protocol: miniDMX
    LED strip model: WS2801 Stripes
    Number of LEDs: 80
    Screen size: 48"
    Power Supply: HTPC power supply
    Average Cost: ~160 EUR

    LEDs per side:
    - Top:
    26
    - Bottom: 26
    - Left: 14
    - Right: 14

    Using for: Live for Video/TV, static color for menu und others
    Start methode: Automatic
    Wishlist: Nothing yet. Finished building two days ago. :)
     
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  6. HomeY
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    Home Country:
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    Board: Arduino Leonardo
    Firmware: Atmoduino (modified)
    Protocol: amoduino
    LED strip model: WS2812B
    Number of LEDs: 173
    Power Supply: MeanWell S-100F-5
    Average Cost: About € 150,-

    LEDs per side:
    - Top:
    68
    - Bottom: 39
    - Left: 27
    - Right: 27

    Using for: Live for TV/Video/Menus
    Start method: Automatic through Atmolight
    Wishlist: Profile deletion fix latest AtmoWin
     
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  7. Baserunner
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    Board: SEDU-Board
    Firmware: 3.0
    Protocol: miniDMX
    LED strip model: WS2801 strap
    Number of LEDs: 78
    Screen size: 46"

    LEDs per side:
    - Top: 25
    - Bottom: 25
    - Left: 14
    - Right: 14
    Using for: TV/Online Video
    Start method: Automatic
    Whishlist: Everything works perfect - thanks for your great work
     
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  8. Crabstick

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    Home Country:
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    Board: Arduino UNO clone
    Firmware: atmoduino azzuro
    Protocol: atmoduino v2
    LED strip model: WS2801 String (Bullets)
    Number of LEDs: 50
    Power Supply: DC 5v 6A
    Average Cost: 70 EUR
    Screen: 55"
    LEDs per side:
    Top:
    20
    Bottom: 0
    Left: 15
    Right: 15

    Using for: Video/TV/menu bg
    Start methode: Automatic

    Pointed back towards wall. TV is 20cm from wall. Nice effect.
    Works great but assembly was a pain. Mounted on a plastic strip and taped on back of TV with 2 sided tape. I would go with a self adhesive strip now (ws2812). I can't recommend these bullets.

    Running LEDs with static GIF when in menus, and live when watching TV or videos.
     
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  9. Rick164
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    ** Updated 08-11-2014 **

    Board:
    Raspberry Pi + Adalight (Arduino)
    Software: Openelec
    Protocol: Hyperion
    LED strip model: WS2801 - SEDU pixels V2 WS2812B
    Number of LEDs: 218
    Power Supply: DC 5v 10A
    Average Cost: 150 EURO
    Screen: 60"
    LEDs per side:
    Top:
    72
    Bottom: 72
    Left: 37
    Right: 37

    Using for: Video (AtmoLight) / gaming (Hyperion video capture)
    Start methode: Automatic

    Pointed back towards wall and TV is 30cm from wall.
    Attached with Velcro for easy removal , leds themselves are on curved plastic rails to allow for directional lighting if needed (straight/up/down)

    For those looking to start with Hyperion:

    http://techtalk.christian-moser.ch/wordpress/?p=427
    http://techtalk.christian-moser.ch/wordpress/?p=562

    If you are gonna use video capture remember to turn off the hdmi -> composite converter if you want to use 24P video playback as you're otherwise limited to 50/60hz, I just use a remote controlled power brick (Klik Aan Klik Uit) to toggle it at the moment and works perfectly as you get the best of both worlds :)

    Videos of it in action:







     
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  10. Lichloathe
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    Board : Arduino Mega
    Protocol : FastLED
    Led Stip model : WS2812B 60/m
    Number of led : 177
    top : 61
    bottom : 40
    Left : 31
    right : 31
    TV :
    Panasonic 42" Plasma
    Using : Movies / TvSeries / Music
    Manual/Auto : Auto
    Power Supply : PC ATX supply on 5v rail
    Cost : AU Arduino - $30, LEDs (5m) - $54, ~ $40 in plastic tubing to mount the strips, 10 amp 3 core cable and assorted connectors etc.

    Thanks HomeY for your 2014 guide and of course Rick164 and azzuro for the software.
    I'm very new to this but have managed to get a working system up and running over a weekend. Now I have to tweak to settings.

    Wishlist : Hmmmm.... maybe the ability to auto change profile based on black bar detection. Overall though, as I'm still tweaking I may not need this.
     
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