Thanks for the reply, I finally got it working as it should, using a arduino esp32 and artnet via wifi.
I also tried the teensy 4.0 but that didnt work either. Perhaps its the 3.3v vs 5v data signal output.
Its been a interesting and at times frustrating process, and ive learned a lot, before this i didnt know the existence of jumper wires, breadboards, artnet universes etc.. and only heard about arduino by name, but never understood the whole devboard thing.
Id like to say thanks to the Mad team for lowering the rental price during the lockdown,
It allowed me to pass some time at home playing around with this software for fun as I already had the led strip along the ceiling as a fancy moodlight, controlled by a off the shelf led controller.
Also thanks to amazon for no quibble returns
For anyone looking to make a similar cheap wifi artnet thingy ($10)
I followed this tutorial:
And then used this code for the arduino:
https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/us ... pixels/all
*this artnet receiver works with both resolume and madmapper which i have successfully tested.
Im driving 240 leds across 2 universes (720 cahnnels). Both unicast and broadcast work fine, unicast better as its less lag.
-Will it work with more strips, and universes? i have no clue.