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A nice "gateway drug" is an addressable (programmable) LED strip. Hook it up to a Raspberry Pi or Arduino and have at it! I bought cheap motion sensors and will be installing a strip along the inside of a staircase to light up when I approach it.
https://github.com/whyboris/Arduino-LED (see "stairs.ino")
Another project of mine is having the LEDs light up as I play piano:
Unsure where I'll go after I finish these projects, but LEDs are so much fun!
What are some alternatives?
ESP-Dmx - A library to use the ESP8266 as a DMX controller
Pico-DMX - A library for inputting and outputting the DMX512-A lighting control protocol from a Raspberry Pi Pico
WS2812FX - WS2812 FX Library for Arduino and ESP8266
simracing-telemetry-esp8266 - Sim Racing Telemetry for ESP8266
Arduino-FastLED-Music-Visualizer - An Arduino based music visualizer using the FastLED library and a strip of individually addressable LEDs
NeoPixelBus - An Arduino NeoPixel support library supporting a large variety of individually addressable LEDs. Please refer to the Wiki for more details. Please use the gitter channel to ask questions as the GitHub Issues feature is used for bug tracking.
Control-Surface - Arduino library for creating MIDI controllers and other MIDI devices.
WLED - Control WS2812B and many more types of digital RGB LEDs with an ESP8266 or ESP32 over WiFi!
esp32WS2811 - Arduino library for ESP32 to drive WS2811 LEDs using the RMT peripheral
MD_MAX72XX - LED Matrix Library
Pico_WS2812 - Simple WS2812 LED library for the Raspberry Pi Pico in C++