Commit f012c7f7 authored by Julian's avatar Julian

Update ledfx.py

parent f661db93
......@@ -24,24 +24,25 @@ def halo(colors):
def kitt(
#amount of cycles for the animation
cycles=100,
#time in microseconds until the animation moves on. (we could also call it framerate)
delay=80,
#the shape of your brightness curve. bigger values make a steeper curve, smaller values make the curve wider.
power=10,
#the minimal brightness
minimum=0.3,
#if you don't enter a spectrum this is the color we'll use
rgb=[255, 0, 0],
#a color spectrum consisting of up to 11 RGB-Value-Lists (e.g. [[255,255,255], [0,0,0], [255,255,255] and so on] - ). if you use less, the animation will be less wide.
spectrum=[],
halo=False,
):
"""
LED Animation. Knight rider-Style.
:param cycles: amount of cycles for the animation
:param delay: time in microseconds until the animation moves on. (we could also call it framerate)
:param power: the shape of your brightness curve. bigger values make a steeper curve, smaller values make the curve wider.
:param minimum: the minimal brightness
:param rgb: if you don't enter a spectrum this is the color we'll use
:param specttrum: a color spectrum consisting of up to 11 RGB-Value-Lists (e.g. [[255,255,255], [0,0,0], [255,255,255] and so on] - ). if you use less, the animation will be less wide.
"""
# create a basic table of values for a smooth increment of the LED brightness (if you don't understand this, don't worry, i don't either. just paste it into the python shell and see the output). Basically creates a negative cosinus curve.
kitt_table = [((-math.cos(math.pi * (x / 10.0))) + 1) / 2.0 for x in range(21)]
#adjust the values to start with a minimum brightness and the width of the curve to the given power.
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