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==What==
 
==What==
The WS2801 Bridge fro Raspberry Pi is a project developed by [[User:wizard23|wizard23]] and produced by [[User:Overflo|overflo]].
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The WS2801 Bridge for Raspberry Pi is a project developed by [[User:wizard23|wizard23]] and produced by [[User:Overflo|overflo]].
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The metalab received a Rasperry Pi care package from [http://adafruit.com adafruit] and because we really dig blinky things we made a WS2801 controller for the Raspberry Pi.
  
 
Its a simple shield that you can attach to your Raspberry Pi that functions as a bridge from Raspberry Pi to control a wide variety of WS2801 based Ledstripes and Pixelmodules at different voltage levels.
 
Its a simple shield that you can attach to your Raspberry Pi that functions as a bridge from Raspberry Pi to control a wide variety of WS2801 based Ledstripes and Pixelmodules at different voltage levels.
  
You can make your things go blinky from python without the need of a separate microcontroller.
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You can make your things go blinky from python or C/C++ without the need of a separate microcontroller.
  
 
It uses the internal /dev/spi0.0 provided by the Linux Kernel to talk to the Bridgemodule.
 
It uses the internal /dev/spi0.0 provided by the Linux Kernel to talk to the Bridgemodule.
  
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And because this is awesome, we made a kit out of it that you can purchase for 10,- on the hackerspaceshop.com
  
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TODO: more documentation
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
[https://github.com/hackerspaceshop/RaspberryPI_WS2801_Bridge sources on Github]
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[https://github.com/hackerspaceshop/RaspberryPI_WS2801_Bridge example code and schematics on Github]
  
 
[http://www.hackerspaceshop.com/ledstrips/raspberrypi-ws2801.html Kit on the hackerspaceshop.com]
 
[http://www.hackerspaceshop.com/ledstrips/raspberrypi-ws2801.html Kit on the hackerspaceshop.com]
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| [[Bild:Ws2801 rp 1.jpg|thumb|200px|left|Raspberry Pi + Bridge]]
 
| [[Bild:Ws2801 rp 1.jpg|thumb|200px|left|Raspberry Pi + Bridge]]
| [[Bild:Ws2801 rp 2.jpg|thumb|200px|left]| All Parts in the Kit]
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| [[Bild:Ws2801 rp 2.jpg|thumb|200px|left| All Parts in the Kit]]
 
| [[Bild:Ws2801 rp ledstrip.jpg|thumb|200px|left|..with Ledstripe 32 leds/ meter]]
 
| [[Bild:Ws2801 rp ledstrip.jpg|thumb|200px|left|..with Ledstripe 32 leds/ meter]]
 
| [[Bild:Ws2801 rp pixel1.jpg|thumb|200px|left|.. with pixels]]
 
| [[Bild:Ws2801 rp pixel1.jpg|thumb|200px|left|.. with pixels]]
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| [[Bild:Ws2801 rp pixel3.jpg|thumb|200px|left|..with large dome pixels (12v, 5 cm)]]
 
| [[Bild:Ws2801 rp pixel3.jpg|thumb|200px|left|..with large dome pixels (12v, 5 cm)]]
 
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TODO: Video
  
 
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Aktuelle Version vom 25. März 2013, 21:05 Uhr

What

The WS2801 Bridge for Raspberry Pi is a project developed by wizard23 and produced by overflo.

The metalab received a Rasperry Pi care package from adafruit and because we really dig blinky things we made a WS2801 controller for the Raspberry Pi.

Its a simple shield that you can attach to your Raspberry Pi that functions as a bridge from Raspberry Pi to control a wide variety of WS2801 based Ledstripes and Pixelmodules at different voltage levels.

You can make your things go blinky from python or C/C++ without the need of a separate microcontroller.

It uses the internal /dev/spi0.0 provided by the Linux Kernel to talk to the Bridgemodule.

And because this is awesome, we made a kit out of it that you can purchase for 10,- on the hackerspaceshop.com

TODO: more documentation

Links

example code and schematics on Github

Kit on the hackerspaceshop.com


Pics

Raspberry Pi + Bridge
All Parts in the Kit
..with Ledstripe 32 leds/ meter
.. with pixels
..with flat pixels (12mm)
..with large dome pixels (12v, 5 cm)


TODO: Video