Discussion in 'Mini Christmas Expos' started by Benslights, Jan 23, 2019.
awesome thanks @Daniel1973
ok Guys and Girls here is a link to an interest thread on the Saturday night dinner
so if your coming to the Sydney mini and looking at some www.extremelightingdisplays.com.au do not forget to place your order before the 14th of may so Troy can bring it down to save you freight.
all orders must be placed on the www.extremelightingdisplays.com.au and then email troy advising you would like it for pickup at the Sydney mini.
Not long now to the Sydney Mini
Well the Donation from Ray Wu https://www.aliexpress.com/store/701799?spm=0.8937422.214.171.1240f2e0ePWT7b0
was delivered today and I would like to thank him for once again sponsoring this year's mini
one thing I would like to see this year with the mini donations is that whatever you win. please message me a photo of it in your display or it getting set up. this way we can show those that have donated these items that they are being used in our displays and not just put aside.
if you use any other supplier it would be great if you could ask them for sponsorship of the Sydney mini also.
nice haul Ben, what are the two tubes on the left?
not sure Ozaz will have to look at his site and get back to you
Please add the following to the list of prizes:
1x Beagle Bone Black
1x Raspberry Pi 1 Gen 3 512mb Ram (Box+3D Printed Case Pink) (NO SD)
1x Raspberry Pi 3 (Box+3D Printed Case White) (NO SD)
2x WD Green Solid State Drives (120GB)
2x 12V 50 Node WS2811 RGB Pixel Nodes (RayWu)
4x 12V 100 Node WS2811 RGB Pixel Node (RayWu)
1x 12V WS2811 RGB LED Strip
Nice Work Derf
We are also doing a dinner on Saturday night
to register for dinner please see link below as we need to book and also pay a deposit. we also have a limit of 30. I will work out a close off date for registration in the next week or so
Hi Ben "Topics"
I like the idea you suggested of having some people who have already "been there done that " guide those of us who have yet to venture into this hobby with a talk on some of the basics of design and benefits of choosing one setup over another either leaving behind or supplementing our existing standard shop bought lights. With changes in available equipment it could be "if I was starting again how would I do this differently"
What can be achieved with the various types of pixel lights and configurations etc that will allow us to grow as needed/allowed viewing my house as a "blank canvas " where do I start, what do I need ? I acknowledge there is a lot of information in print or video however relating that to an actual application is sometimes a challenge.
i would love to do this topic but i need someone to put there hand up for this as i have been doing it for 10 years so not sure im the right person and all the others doing talks have done it for years also,
So we need a newbie to put there hand up to do this talk. does not have to be long 15 mins or so if you like
My votes are :
#building a matrix
#xlight lights setup
#3d modeling ins sketchup
#snow machines and bubble machine
also thanks David for the offer on doing the 1st year topic that will be great
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Prizes from Lithgowlights:
2 (two) $50 vouchers from Extreme Lighting Displays
From Ron Howard from xTreme Sequences:
1 year subscription including 10 xtokens for sequences of your choice from the collection of signature sequences.
From Pixel Pro Displays:
Sequence giveaway as yet not finalised.
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