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gtoyeah last won the day on September 24 2012

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About gtoyeah

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  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    From all the Youtube videos being passed around on Facebook.
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas of course

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  1. Hey everyone I managed to post a couple of videos this year of my show. I kind of ran out of time so the yard lights are not standing up like i would have had them, but you get the idea. I have 55k lights this year. I managed to get about 95% of them as LED. Thanks! I have more videos on my website. www.runyanlights.com Merry Christmas Everyone!
  2. Lol. I like the idea but my name doesn't really seem to fit. Travis Runyan. Oh well Anyways. Yes I can add blue and get the same or close to the effect at a single Rgb bulb. However that's a lot of channels. Thanks everyone for the kind words. Anyone else make one? Or have a similar design.
  3. Thanks Ron, Yeah i have been doing some looking into RGB. Im more of a hands on and while I am able to watch videos online, there seems to be several choices in the types of RGBs, chips, and different types of power sources. Im not planning on using RGB for this year. However, If I challenge myself and think its possible I would like to try it with my candy cane. And yes. 10-14 foot candy canes. Two of them. I have already started the design. But will not complete it unless I can figure out how to master the RGB. It would take up way to many LOR channels. Thanks everyone for the input and comments.
  4. Here is a short "How To" video. www.runyanlights.com
  5. Good to know. I think tonight is going to be self teaching DMX night!
  6. Ok..... I don't have any Rgb but now after seeing the candy canes I want 1. Well, 2. I know nothing about Rgb and how to hook it up to my 13 controllers. If someone is willing. Could you answer a few questions; 1. Is it really hard to add these to my 16 channel boxes? 2. Can I add more then the 16 channels to go all the way up? ( I want my candycane to be about 10-14 foot tall. 3. I saw in the Hoildaycoro website I can add 1 tiny pix controller. Why is it called a "tiny"? I want to go big!! Does the "tiny" mean that it's limited to 16 channels? I know what some are saying "search"!!! And for that I say I'm sorry. -Travis
  7. Next year!?!?!? I have 1 extra 16 channel controller I was wondering what to do with. Not anymore. Love the candy canes. I'm thinking 4 of them at 4 foot tall!
  8. james- so I looked up some coro candy canes. WOW I have never seen these. Very good job. Just the design of the candy cane is pretty impressive too. http://vimeo.com/59033210
  9. Lol no it's cool. I knew someone would say that. Some day. Some day.
  10. Thanks everyone. I just tested it out last night. From my the top of my driveway to across the street it looks great. This was designed to fold up and store away. Space is limited so being about to take it apart was pretty important. I'm site there are other ways to design / build but this worked for me.
  11. Lol. Almost. I took photos during the build process. I'll put something together and upload it.
  12. Before I start. Yes I know Pixels may be easier. Im not yet there. Someday. Here is another new addition to our Christmas light show computer programmed using Light O Rama or LOR. They a single c9 Christmas lights. The box tree stands 8 foot tall. The front of the tree is acrylic clear plastic. I applied a small coat of white spry paint on top of the plastic. All of the wires are custom made using spt-1 wire which are hidden within the tree. The plugs all come out the back side in one central spot. Currently you only see about 14 channels. I have a star that I am placing on top of this tree as well. Same look and feel. I have toyed with the idea of adding some C9 bulbs on the outside. For more updates and videos please check out the website or Facebook page. While you are there don't forget to "like" us. www.RunyanLights.com http://youtu.be/QUON9mhdddQ
  13. So, James. Shall we expect a few of these to be made for sale? LOL
  14. Lets see if I get all the questions. My back plate is a 16x16 square. As soon as you give the unit power it immediately starts at the bottom and shoots out. It takes about about 1 full second to shoot from the center to the outside. After power has been given it all the star "legs" stay the same flow for 10-11 seconds.
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