All lighting elements can be controlled and synchronised wirelessly. Set up the network using Bluetooth. The lights communicate with each other in the network via ESP-NOW.
Digital LED strip control
We develop Spectoda tailored to addressable LED strips. It can control each LED individually, giving you a free hand in working with effects. In addition, it can also handle any other light source - for example, a conventional incandescent bulb.
Decentralised mesh network
We believe that the future is "decentralised". We are therefore replacing the central computer and server, the robust core of the entire network, with simple microcontrollers. These are part of the lights themselves and share the computing power between them. The control of the lights itself is therefore not dependent on a connection to a computer.
Lights controlled by our system render effects at frame rates up to 100 fps. This produces up to 4x smoother animations than the competition. The effect is generated inside the device, so the command does not have to travel from the controller (computer) several times per second.