Preview: Chroma Everywhere™

Discussion in 'Razer Chroma' started by njbmartin, Mar 3, 2016.

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  1. njbmartin

    njbmartin Developer of Awesome

    We all love seeing pictures of everyone's desks, but the ones that really stand out are the people that have complimented their set ups with even more LED lighting, like this one below:

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    They're certainly impressive, but there's no way to sync the LEDs with the Razer Chroma devices unless you use a static colour.

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    Wouldn't it be great if you could sync your entire desk / room lighting perfectly with your Chroma devices?

    Chroma Everywhere™



    This is a work in progress, but full details will be revealed soon.

    Oh and did I mention it can also sync with games?

     
  2. so nice dude
     
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  3. That's a lot of pretty
     
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  4. ironcrow

    ironcrow Active Member

    Oh man, and here I was about to pull the trigger on some Phillips Hue or crazy lights... (I need about 60 feet of ribbon). Anxiously awaiting details!
     
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  5. Warsnake1982

    Warsnake1982 Member

    oh my wife is gonna hate me when I dress my desk up in LEDlights.... But it's just so pretty.
     
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  6. markieg

    markieg Active Member

    Ok I'm interested
     
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  7. Iron_Fang

    Iron_Fang Active Member

    EVERYTHING IS CHROMMAAAA
     
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  8. CalcProgrammer1

    CalcProgrammer1 Active Member

    My visualizer already supports WS2812B light strips. I have one behind my desk and it looks awesome.
     
  9. Iron_Fang

    Iron_Fang Active Member

    OH GOD just realised the audio visualiser *drool*
     
  10. njbmartin

    njbmartin Developer of Awesome

    I saw! Chroma Everywhere will definitely be of interest to users of your audio visualiser :)
     
  11. CalcProgrammer1

    CalcProgrammer1 Active Member

    Is it going to be like a library to integrate with apps or what? Someone requested Philips Hue support for my visualizer but those things seem kinda overpriced for what they are.
    One of the best aspects of the SDK is being able to sync with third party RGB products so this is definitely a good idea.
     
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  12. njbmartin

    njbmartin Developer of Awesome

  13. TometoTom

    TometoTom Active Member

    Looks amazing. I imagined Razer LED strips that are customisable with Chroma, and someone's gone and done it! Good job.
     
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  14. Burgz

    Burgz Well-Known Member

    These are...

    Goals. :cool_:
     
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  15. ImGummeh

    ImGummeh Active Member

    In the first picture was i the only one more entertained by the Flash memorabilia?! :heart_eyes: (Big flash fan sorry)

    also any update on the progress of this yet?
     
  16. TechtonicTech

    TechtonicTech Member

    so much chroma
     
  17. wiking19950309

    wiking19950309 Active Member

    Gossh...I would give my whole set for the half of this
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  18. I was playing with some code to interface Lifx light bulbs with Razer Chroma SDK. I could provide you with some of the code/libraries if you were interested in putting in support for them. :D
     
  19. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Can someone explain me how to control addressable LEDs? What kind of controller do I need to control them via PC? Would it be possible to use Chroma Everywhere with a controller? What are APA102-Based and APA102-Based LEDs?
     
  20. Inelastic

    Inelastic New Member

    I just got a Naga, Firefly, and Blackwidow stealth; all Chroma. I was just thinking how cool this would be the other day. I'll definitely be keeping an eye on this :smile_:
     
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