Video | Sonocent Tech Head Invents Sound-Activated Christmas Tree Lights
If you’ve ever used our software, you’ll know that it visualises recorded speech as coloured chunks.
So, naturally, our Technical Lead, Dan Fry, has invented sound-activated Christmas tree lights that operate by the very same principle.
See the lights do their thing (best played with audio)
That’s amazing! How in the world does it work?
Dan informs us that the lights are:
• made up of a strip of 120 LED lights, the colour and brightness of which can be individually controlled.
• connected to a Raspberry Pi Zero computer running Sonocent’s audio-processing code, which lights up the LEDs in sequence when sound is detected.
Fun festive fact
At £4, the Raspberry Pi computer running the whole thing costs less than the plastic Christmas tree currently on sale at Argos (£4.99).
Season’s Greetings from the Sonocent development team
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