A simple circadian lighting implementation using a Raspberry Pi, some Adafruit RGB leds and the Raphael.js colour picker demos.
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circadianLighting

A simple circadian lighting implementation using a Raspberry Pi, some Adafruit RGB leds and the Raphael.js colour picker demos.

usage:

sudo app.py [-h] [--type DRIVER_TYPE] [--length LED_COUNT]

optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --type DRIVER_TYPE The model number of the LED driver, eg. ws2801 or lpd6803. default=ws2801 --length LED_COUNT The number of LEDs in the chain. default=25

Further information on Raphael.js can be found here ... http://raphaeljs.com/

To install the init script, copy the script to /etc/init.d/circadian and register it using the command 'sudo update-rc.d circadian defaults'. Now update your app.py path, and ammend any arguments you would like to be used at startup.