2019-01-29 (Tu) ModuKey

The code for changing the LEDs was fresh so new lighting patterns were next on the list of things to do. The intention was to be able to change how the LEDs translated from one color to the next. Before, they would merely snap from one color to the next anytime the mode changed. This was effective and utilitarian but not pleasing to see. A list of six different styles of transitions was created. The most important was mode zero which was to turn off the lights. The lights were distracting when the keyboard was in a dark room and shone too brightly to sleep. The default mode was still to instantly change from one color to the next. The newest style was to fade from an existing color into the desired color. Writing this code was similar to the method used in the Color/Touch.

Fading color transitions

ModuKey on GitHub

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