2022-02-22 (Tu) RemoteFinishLine Addressable LEDs

I copied my incomplete RangerRogue code since I researched the ultrasonic-ranging code there, and it was fresh in my memory. I deleted the code associated with servos and the second distance sensor. When I went to add code for the addressable LEDs, I saw the manufacturer included a version specific to the boards, so I chose that. There is also a SoftwareSerial library which may be helpful for the Bluetooth modules. I got the light rings working, but things don't work as well when connected to the prototyping boards. There could be noise on the voltage buses or insufficient power. I need to diagnose this problem.
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