Long, long ago, when I first heard of Philips Ambilight, I thought it was one of the coolest silly things I'd ever heard of. Today, much later, I finally have gotten around to rolling my own Ambilight clone using an Arduino Nano and WS2812B strips. I did not have to write any code, because other people have already done it for me. Figuring out which people had done what properly took me the better part of a day, so I will now share my knowledge with you here. This should be a cross-platform (Win/Lin/Mac) solution, but I have only tested on Windows.
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Random Drinking Game
A game of skill, a game of challenge, a game of intrigue? Low-Mid buzz factor. Supplies: people, beer, pitcher, and glasses.
Each player will need a glass of beer. Float an extra glass in the pitcher of beer (adding some beer to the glass may be needed for stability). Each player takes turns pouring beer into the floating glass. After a five second wait, the next player then pours into glass.
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