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  1. The power is the ability to apply a pattern over a set of objects. i do all my yard and house lights (apart from dumb lights on dimmer packs) with PE. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKjCycke8xidkbG6KEDCBDk5M-QANLycu
  2. Intended it more along the path of a "4 channel face" than using a high pixel display. It would be more processing of data to capture which of the 4 mouths should be used for each period time.
  3. I've been playing with the idea for using a custom app on the iphone X using facial recognition to capture data to create the tracks for singing faces. The reality is that the animojis on the iPhone X are not that different than complex versions of what we do with "singing faces". Creating singing faces may be the most painful of all of the programing that can be done on a display but I was wondering if this wouldn't be an effective way to automate that process. It would look something like this: - Custom Application written on iOS to capture a few parameters of mouth movement using the facial recognition features of the iPhone X. - Sing the song along with the music to capture the data. May need to over exaggerate the mouth movements. - Post processing to get the data into Light-O-Rama (backdoor approach for editing the track data). Could be repeated for each of the parts of the song if you use multiple singing faces. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
  4. What I have done in the past to create my house outline with sweeps is to draw them in as individual pixels and then use the Group lights using the "Use Preview" to create a single prop to generate sweeps and such.
  5. Thank you both. I'm now remembering having this problem last year with the same solution. Doh!
  6. I'm having a problem where no matter what colors I select or deselect in the Effect Generator I'm only getting multi color meteors. I'm on 4.3.14 Edit: I'm also having the same problem with Butterfly.
  7. Thank You Matt! Just what I was looking for.
  8. Pixels are DMX controlled by a SanDevice.
  9. Is there a way to dim the maximum output of a pixel as a whole, i.e. 50% max brightness would be full on. I'm using two types of pixels and would like to dim down the maximum so they are closer to equal. I know I could do it sequence my sequence but this would be pretty painful.
  10. Zoom in on the time line so that dragging the track back and forth makes a small change. Then trial and error. If your recorded video has a sound track you can look for matching up peaks in the equalizer.
  11. Thank you! The pixels are Pixel360 by Vivid RBG Lighting. http://www.vividrgblighting.com/category/360-inline/
  12. Thank you! Got a few more videos edited.
  13. I finally got around to filming and editing the video. Hope you enjoy!
  14. Thank you! I've seen a lot of creative approaches to making the pixels special in different displays and we wanted to highlight the architecture of our new home. Took a lot of work to get them that way into Pixel editor but once in there it was a fantastic tool! You can read about that here: http://forums.lightorama.com/index.php?/topic/38433-whole-house-of-pixels/?p=356181
  15. Thank you! I think it was just a trick of the light. All of the pixels are the same. Thank you! Very hooked! We are currently discussing but in consideration are a row of arches across the front of the lawn and maybe a pixel tree. We also want to change our approach to the righthand (red/blue) tree. We would like to do more with it but need to figure out a good way to hand the lights. Any suggestions?
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