I’m trying to get the LED wall into a state where anyone can easily hack on it to make animations, play with oldschool graphics routines like a classic demoscene thing.
The Big wall of LEDs is reconnected to the Raspberry Pi. the SD card on the Pi was dead so I took a Pi from the vending machine and used that one. The only HDMI monitor I could make work in the space was the overhead projector. We don’t appear to have any HDMI to DVI cables, or HDMI monitors. The TV would not talk to the Pi.
I used Putty Terminal on the kitchen PC to SSH into the Pi. Please do not change the default login/pass or I’ll have to reflash the SD card. Currently it is DHCP on or about 220.127.116.11. You can nmap 172.16.6.* to find the device that says it is from the raspberry pi foundation, should it grab a different address.
InoTools have been installed so that you can use the command line to upload sketches. I have not proved inotools can talk to the Teensy yet. I used to have it on the SD card, but see previous paragraph. If you figure it out, please document it here! I did find:
I have already grabbed https://github.com/i-make-robots/LEDWall/ to ~/. it needs to be run on the “vhs-wall” branch, and then the samples and such should work.
If you add to this project, please post it to this thread.
Thanks and have fun!