Moodlight with ATMEGA8535

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Hi folks

So, this is my AVR moodlight. Its completly build, the only thing i need is a program for in my Atmega8535. Can somebody help me a bit?

thanks in advance

(sorry for my bad english, Im from Holland :P)

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Off-topic for this forum (completed Academy projects only)! Read the guidelines.

Leon

Leon Heller G1HSM

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Sorry.
Can a mod move this topic to the right place?? :)

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Quote:
Can a mod move this topic to the right place??
Done.

Nard

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What exactly should the moodlight do? Just fade colors? Or something more? You have to give us some information!

A moodlight can be anything from a single color fading in and out to a full-blown, wireless-controllable multi-effect thing with all kinds of extras...

Markus

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I find it hard to believe you built hardware without even thinking about the firmware involved! I doubt anyone here will write your code for you. Write it yourself and if it doesn't work, then you will get help to fix it. You must show some initiative!

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I made something similar, but with an ATmega168. See http://www.mcternan.co.uk/MAD.

I'm not sure, but you maybe able to adapt some of the firmware from there, or at least take some ideas from it. It's GPLv3 licensed, and free for download from my site.