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REQUEST Data Output via Bluetooth

Discussion in 'Feature Requests' started by Hills8, 30 September 2016.

  1. Hills8

    Hills8 New Member

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    Hi,

    i would like to connect a arduino (and ws2812b) via bluetooth.
    Hyperion would run on a Intel Nuc with bluetooth device already implemented.

    Maybe there will be a solution in the future?

    regards
    hills8
     
  2. redPanther

    redPanther Moderator Developer

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  3. Hills8

    Hills8 New Member

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    Thank you very much redPanther!

    hills8
     
  4. redPanther

    redPanther Moderator Developer

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    when your setup is working, can you give feedback here? I'm interessted in how to setup the linux things, arduino code, the hardware you use and if the overall result is accaptable ...
     
  5. TPmodding

    TPmodding Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    would be interresting how fast BT is for this
     
  6. redPanther

    redPanther Moderator Developer

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    in theory it could work (depending on how many leds you want and which bluetooth standard you use)

    my experience with arduino ethernet (via spi) was very bad - regarding transfer speed. It was absolutly ok to query sensors or so, but transfering high speed led data was a bad experience. Perhaps I done something wrong ...

    anyway I'm cured from using arduino-ethernet+leds ...
     
  7. penfold42

    penfold42 Moderator Developer

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    Or use wifi and an esp8266/arduino board

    It's still wireless and we know it works