Chippernut, this is simply amazing. Thank you for taking the time to make this available to the public for no cost.
I am an unfortunate kind of person with no skill when it comes to code and assembly, but I have a brain that works like a horse.
I had an idea today which ultimately led me here, and I am so thankful for being led here. My idea is an OEM-like integration in an unlikely place. This would be behind the mirror plate of the rear view mirror. This will be going in my Solstice, in a mirror that actually came from an Escalade (for reasons I won't get into much detail here unless people are interested, but it involves and OEM-like integrated 1080p dash cam).
Now, I have a couple questions as I am not terribly familiar with Arduino code (know what it is, not how to write it). Is the function of the LED embedded in the code? For example, my ideal shift light, since it would be in my periphery would be more lights and only unidirectional. For instance, it would go only left to right and would span the width of the mirror, I would assume I could get 20 or so LED lights in there. Is it embedded in the code the direction that the LEDs activate? Example being Chippernut's in his IS300, goes from center out.
Would this be simple to change, or would it involve changing the coding and the wiring schematics? Or is it simply done in which order the LEDs are wired in?
Thanks for all the help, I am truly excited about this project.
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