2014-12-08 (M) Color/Touch Sensory Panel

With four lights and one switch wired the programming was started. Example code from Adafruit was copied and gutted. A simple program to randomly assign colors when the switch was pressed was uploaded. A delay was added so the colors would not flicker so quickly which made them appear almost white. A routine was added so the color cannot get so close to white. A burst of photos was taken to show the lights changing colors.

Code to change colors at a button press

Colors changing on NeoPixels

To do:
  1. Build/print all light hoods
  2. Build electronics
  3. Draft schematics
  4. Program Arduino
    1. Break up tasks
    2. Sketch pseudo-code
    3.  Write code for first switch and 4 NeoPixels
  5. Cut, install, and paint 1/4 round molding
  6. Cut polycarbonate sheets
  7. Cut light diffuser sheets
  8. Install switches
  9. Install light hoods
  10. Install electronics
  11. Install polycarbonate and light diffuser sheets

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