The Frost-Haired Vixen (Nuclear Bombshell, #4) by John ZakourIn the year 2060, Zach Johnson, the worlds only freelance private investigator, tackles his strangest case yet--solving the murders of two elves at the North Pole. Santana Clausa, the micro-mini skirt clad bombshell and frost-haired mutant who runs the Pole hires Zach to stop the killer or killers before they strike again, destroying the Holiday for billions. If the media gets whiff of the murders at the happiest, safest place on Earth, mass panic is sure to ensue--and thats never a good thing. With the happiness of billions at stake, Zach and Harv (his A.I. companion wired directly to his brain--yes it was as painful as it sounds) will match wits, muscle, and technology against a bevy of superhuman females, a mutant elf with an attitude, killer robots, and even a couple of nerds with an agenda.
Arduino + Vixen + School = Awesome Christmas Light Show!
Step 1: Buy some lights. Step 2: Get them wired. Having a background in stage lighting, the first 2 steps were pretty easy to learn, but the software aspect was a bit more difficult — let me explain. For my very first year, I used Vixen to make my display and was quite happy with the experience and outcome. Vixen allows you to simply set up the design of your show in 2D, and then sequence patterns and videos across your individual elements or your whole display.
There are multiple kinds of Computer-control software available. Some sequencing titles are free while others are not. The comparison table shows the different protocols that each sequencer supports. Software Name Version E1. Animated Lighting Animation Director -? HLS 6x? FPP Falcon Player 0.
Vixen 3. Spin Effect from existing Post how-to questions here. Please search this forum first before posting to avoid duplication. Edit Lip Sync in Vixen 3. Profile Already In Use Error.
Step 2: The Software
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Add the following snippet to your HTML:. Last year I did an awesome Christmas light show at my school using only a few Arduinos and a program called Vixen Lights. Read up about this project on. I love Christmas, but something always bothered me, Christmas lights and their boringness, so I decided to build my own set of lights and make them dance to music! Originally I had planned to make this for my apartment but it turned out to be too small. So I asked for permission to do this crazy project at my school. And guess what?
Add the following snippet to your HTML:. Use Arduino to run a spectacular Christmas light show. Project tutorial by Victor Aguilar. Vixen Lights is software for do-it-yourself lighting automation displays. The latest version 3. The intensity of these three colors LEDs can be varied to make other colors.