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Easy control of MegaBrite/ShiftBrite RGB LEDs with an Arduino

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If you want a simple way to use a chain of MegaBrites, ShiftBrites (RGB LEDs) or anything based on the A6281 PWM LED driver , the TinyBrite library will handle all the details for you. Best of all it doesn’t need SPI, so you can drive the RGB LEDs even with ATTiny-based Arduino-compatible hardware like the Digistump Digispark!
Using TinyBrite to control these RGB LEDs can be as simple as:

chain_of_lights.sendColor(R, G, B); // yay!

The library was developed for small Arduino-compatible boards, but in addition to working with all Arduinos it should be usable on pretty much any Atmel AVR chip and probably relatively easily with other microcontrollers, too.

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