Here is a darn nice Christmas lights to music display, featuring the Trans Siberian Orchestra’s version of Boughs of Holly. Some really nice colors on this one, especially the very light blue grey.
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This is pretty neat, a 77 channel Light-o-rama setup, and the music is the closing theme music from Star Wars the Clone Wars. It’s not the longest Christmas lights video, but it is certainly something interesting and different for the holiday seasons!
it’s that time of the year when you start to plan out how you are going to do that massive Christmas Lights to Music display, and one of the basics is choosing controllers. Here’s a great example of a guy showing how he has hooked up SX28 controllers to do the job. Very nice, hopefully [...]
Here’s an interesting video that shows off how one guy rigged up his Christmas lights. It’s very enlightening as to the amount of work required and the type of hardware used as light controllers. Educational! Get ready for Christmas now!
Arduino Uno controllers are impressive, they can be used for all sorts of things. Here a guy shows off some of the ways he has used a controller to make a basic christmas light LED controller
A little bit of an older video, but proof of what can be done with a 192 channel light controller and nice lights, set to the music of the remix Hamster Dance!
Great use of LED lights, controllers, and light controllers to take LMFAO’s Party Rock Anthem and really blow it up!
Here is an interesting use of a light controller system to create talking LED light heads for halloween. Interesting techniques!
As we go through the summer looking forward to the Christmas season, it’s a good time to start looking at different ways to control Christmas lights so you can make your own Christmas Lights to music videos! Here is a good example of a fairly simple setup using the Basic Stamp BS2 controller system.
Here is another interesting video that shows what goes into a decent holiday light show. In this case, this isn’t Christmas but rather Halloween, but the basic idea is the same. Light controllers, LED lights where possible, and plenty of good old fashion engineering. It shows that making a holiday light show isn’t a one [...]