App to receive Syphon input and map it to LPD8806/WS281x LED strips via UDP to Raspberry Pi
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README.md

ledMapper icon

ledMapper

Open-source application for receiving input from Syphon/Spout or built-in video player and mapping it to distributed ligting system based on network connected RaspberryPi clients serving as controllers for digital LED ICs like LPD8806, WS281X, SK9822, SK6822, etc.

ledMapper screenshot

Check Interface Description page for details.

Try out compiled apps for Windows and OSX and image for RaspberryPi 3 on TVL website

Raspberry Pi

C++ based UDP listener, listen localhost:3001 and sending data to GPIO pins. (https://github.com/techtim/lmListener)

Pin numbers depends on LED IC type:

RPI LED connection scheme

RPI2/3: SK9822/APA102/LPD8806 (BLUE PINS) RPI2/3: WS2812 (GREEN PINS)