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About keiheric

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    Male
  • Location
    Nashville, TN
  • Occupation
    Civil Engineer

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  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    Web search
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    5.1.4
  • License Level
    Basic Plus

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  1. Congrats to all the winners! In the interest of the 2018 contest, can someone help me understand the categories? LOR's contest page shows the 9 categories (http://www1.lightorama.com/christmas-contest-2017/). Looking randomly at the Category 2 info on the website, the category limits to 32 or less channels with no smart RGB's. When you look at the winner of category 2's setup, they said they used "1 CTB16PC, 1 CMB16D, 4 CMB24D, 1 PixCon16". By my math, the channel count would be 16 + 16 + (4*8) + up to 340. smart RGB's. I'm not trying to take anything away from the winners, as their setups were awesome. Just trying to figure out what category to submit into for 2018...
  2. Could I get a copy? keith.yates@tds.net Thanks!
  3. Can I get a copy? Thanks! keith.yates@tds.net
  4. I would appreciate How Far Will I Go and Shiny. keith.yates@tds.net
  5. I like to have one song that isn't holiday related. Most of the time, the song I select will be fairly well-known via pop culture, and will often have dark humor in the underlying theme. This past Christmas, I programmed "Easy Street" by the Collapsible Heart Club. On the surface, the song is cheerful and uplifting. For any fans of The Walking Dead, they would recognize the tune as the song they used to psychologically torture one of the main characters in the show. Yeah - my sense of humor is a bit messed up. For Halloween this year, I've added the Baby Shark song - loved by toddlers and HATED by their parents.
  6. I figured my issue out - the lights cannot be frosted or they are easily seen. On the left, I have mini LEDs. On the right, I have frosted incandescents. The LED are much better at hiding the non-lit areas. Hope this may help others.
  7. Hi all, I have made my own pumpkin singing face, and it looks pretty good. However, when one mouth movement is on, the light reflects onto the other lights that are off, and are clearly visible. What recommendations would any of you have to help alleviate the problem? I have tried lowering the intensity of the lights - it has not helped. The lights were inserted into holes on a coro board painted flat black (krlyon plastic). I am using incandescent lights - would LED be any better? The lights are also frosted. Could this be a contributor?
  8. Can I get a copy to annoy entertain the neighbors? Thanks! keith.yates@tds.net
  9. Could I get a copy, too? Thanks! keith.yates@tds.net
  10. Would appreciate a copy! Thanks! keith.yates@tds.net
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