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17 Sep 2011

This is really neat, so many DIY AMBIlight clones for people who already have a TV. Would be neat to take the PC out of the picture. Are there any NTSC/PAL decoding solutions out there (that dont require an FPGA)? You could do some super-basic color analysis that way… [via]

The software analyses the image on your monitor and transfers its data by USB to the Ligthpack board. This board lights the surface behind a monitor, TV or laptop by means of RGB LEDs of the corresponded colors. The effect reminds the illumination of Phillips Ambilight TVs most of all.

light-pack – USB content-driving ambient lighting system - [Link]

One Response to “light-pack – USB content-driving ambient lighting system”

  1. grunf Says:

    Something similar but without PC or FPGA:
    http://www.elektor.com/magazines/2008/february/surround-light.350068.lynkx
    http://www.elektor.com/magazines/2008/february/tv-surround-light.350086.lynkx

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