“A real-time music visualizer that lets you display an awesome light show that is synchronized to your music.
This time I will show you how to make a real-time music visualizer that lets you display an awesome light show that is synchronized to your music. The original project is Open Source, and is the work of “nootropic design”. At their website “https://nootropicdesign.com/lumazoid/” you can order Lumazoid Realtime Music Visualizer Board with, or without a power supply. In this video, I will describe how to make the device yourself with the help of Arduino Uno or Arduino Nano microcontroller.
The device works with any WS2812 / WS2812B LED strips like NeoPixel and others and also Supports 60, 120, or 180 LED strip lengths. It has 8 different patterns + random mode that smoothly transitions between patterns and 3 different color modes with parameter control. Also, you can change the Sensitivity, the brightness of LEDs, next feature is Adjustable frequency response so you can choose to visualize all frequency bands or just the bass and beat. This is a great example of how with a little hardware and good Open Source code, can be made excellent device. It can be powered by 5V / 2A or higher.”