LG OLED 77 GX + arduino nano + Hyperion + WS2812B

  • OK her is my setup.

    Without this forum i couldn't get all the info i needed. So thx for that :-)


    The wall mount is screwed on a wooden board to get the necessary distance for the alu l-profiles.

    The profiles came with a diffusion cover.


    The LEDS are controlled with an arduino nano which is connected to my PC.

    I couldn't use RPi because there is (to my knowledge) no possibility to work with 4k-120Hz

    I only use the TV as an secondary PC monitor so I opted to use the Windows grabber.


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    I still need to fix the corners. There is no diffusor so the light is brighter on the corners.

  • The LEDS are controlled with an arduino nano which is connected to my PC.

    I couldn't use RPi because there is (to my knowledge) no possibility to work with 4k-120Hz

    I only use the TV as an secondary PC monitor so I opted to use the Windows grabber.

    Hey,

    I have very similar setup - LG 77CX and Arduino Uno. Thing is that it does not even keep up with 60Hz signal, not to mention 120Hz. I mean that there's visible lag with fast moving objects and I only use 100 LEDs. Is Arduino Nano any faster? When I checked wikipedia, both are 16MHz.

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