I designed a new controller to show light effects on a photo booth. It drives segments on LED strips to allow effects on arrows, the printer slot, buttons or similar. The controller is an add-on to the LED Ring. It is controlled by the LED Ring Service that synchronizes light effects with most common Booth applications.
New month, new features!
All light effects of the LED Strip Controller got a new feature. They allow to configure an effect duration to clear the strip after a defined time or the next effect, whatever occurs first.
To use the new functionality, both the LED Ring Service and the Strip Controller have to be updated.
Along with the new functionality came new bugs. The option to drive a LED Strip Controller together with a LED Ring Controller introduced a bug. It is fixed in the latest version.
The latest version 1.7.1 may be downloaded here.
A new year and new functionality! The LED Ring Service now supports the LED Strip Controller. The controller allows to show light effects at the printer slot, the coin slot or the buzzer or wherever you need a light efffect that depends on the application status. It is the ideal add-on to the LED ring.
You may find here the latest version 1.7.0 for download.
More pictures may be found in the model gallery.
I designed an adapter that allows to mount the Scubapro G2HUD tilted to the right. This position is to me far more pleasing than the original position.
Read more about the adapter on the G2HUD Adapter page.
A bug in version 1.6.1 caused the service to malfunction without a DMX controller. I therefore fixed the problem and provide version 1.6.2 for download.
I added a few more features to the LED Ring Service. It now allows to control DMX devices in addition to the LED ring. The countdown feature for dslrBooth was enhanced too. It allows to display an alternative light effect at a configurable percentage of the countdown. The ring may be switched e.g. at 90% countdown completion to blinking.
The new version may be downloaded here.
I created drawings for the four most common LED rings I designed.
For the standard rings 20S, 20SF and the Magic Mirror rings 32F and 40F, technical drawings showing important measurements are available for download.