RGB LED Lamp
The code is defined to randomly select two RGB tints (256 values per color station) after which gradually morph through the last set of tints into the new set with a 10 moments delay inbetween the transitions.
Version 2 for this includes a TLC5940 processor chip allow a much smoother change. The PWM on the AVR gives you 256 greyscale measures whereas the TLC5940 provides you with 4096 offering a far smoother control. You also obtain the capacity to get a handle on 5 seperate RGB LED's from a single chip in comparison to 2 straight from Arduino making use of PWM (although there tend to be ways to simulate PWM on various other Digital I/O lines in computer software).
I adore what sort of lights give a misty impact into rear buildings making all of them seem like they've been drifting in a-sea of colored mist. The video does not get it done justice. The lamp seems far nicer in actual life.
The skyline will be based upon Liverpool. These lights are around for sale, with a skyline of your choosing, upon request.