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early_access_rgb_shades [2016/02/22 02:42]
macegr [Early Access RGB Shades]
early_access_rgb_shades [2016/11/07 21:05]
macegr [Codebender Development]
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 RGB Shades code on GitHub: https://github.com/macetech/RGBShades\\ RGB Shades code on GitHub: https://github.com/macetech/RGBShades\\
-RGB Shades code on codebender: https://codebender.cc/sketch:60969\\ 
 RGB Shades hardware files: http://www.macetech.com/RGBShadesOSHW.zip RGB Shades hardware files: http://www.macetech.com/RGBShadesOSHW.zip
  
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 You can easily edit the code to display other patterns. It does require a level of programming knowledge, but we are working on more patterns you can simply upload without writing code. We are also working on easier ways to create and upload patterns with a graphical tool instead of code. You can easily edit the code to display other patterns. It does require a level of programming knowledge, but we are working on more patterns you can simply upload without writing code. We are also working on easier ways to create and upload patterns with a graphical tool instead of code.
  
-==== Codebender Development ==== +
-It's also possible to upload code to the RGB Shades without downloading the Arduino IDE. There is a browser-based development site called **codebender**, which will only require you to install the FTDI driver and their plugin. You will need to have a fairly modern updated web browser. Here is a link to the RGB Shades code: https://codebender.cc/sketch:60969+
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