To get all new features, it is highly recommended to run the latest stable version of the free and open source firmware for ANAVI Miracle Controller. In a previous update we explained how to build it from source and upload it through Arduino IDE. However, there is an easier way to flash the latest version with esptool! Read the full update.
Shipments will be slightly delayed due to COVID-19 safety precautions. If you need to update your shipping address, please visit your Crowd Supply account. Read the full update.
All ANAVI Miracle Controllers for your orders have been provided to Crowd Supply. On schedule, the Crowd Supply team will start shipping them to you soon! If you need to update your shipping address, please visit your Crowd Supply account. Read the full update.
This video tutorial covers the exact steps to assemble ANAVI Miracle Controller Advanced Kit. Read the full update.
Watch the video to learn how to make do-it-yourself holiday lights for Christmas and Halloween using ANAVI Miracle Controller, Olimex WS2811 LED ropes, and the popular open source home automation platform Home Assistant! Read the full update.
Great news! All units of ANAVI Miracle Controller for the orders placed during the crowdfunding campaign are ready ahead of schedule. We have flashed the latest version of the open source firmware as of today, tested, and packaged all boards and kits. Read the full update.
Hip hip hooray! ANAVI Miracle Controller has been fully funded. We met all stretch goals and thanks to your generous support we have already started manufacturing. Read the full update.
In this update, we will explore how the default firmware works and how to connect ANAVI Miracle Controller to your WiFi and MQTT broker. MQTT is a lightweight messaging protocol for (near) real-time communication between Internet of Things (IoT). Read the full update.
We have good news to share this week! I am happy to announce that the manufacturing of the ANAVI Miracle Controller has started and the first small batch of units is ready. Also, HackSpace magazine wrote about us in their latest article! Read the full update.
ANAVI Miracle Controller is an entirely open source development board for addressable (digital) LED strips. It is easy to flash a custom firmware on it. In this video tutorial, I will explain how to compile and upload an Arduino sketch to it through Arduino IDE. Read the full update.
NeoPixels are rings, strips and other printed circuit boards with addressable RGB LEDs manufactured by Adafruit Industries, an open-source hardware company based in Manhattan, New York City. These chainable bright LEDs products are extremely popular in the maker community. All Miracle Controller kits include WS1812B LED strips, but other products with addressable RGB LEDs are also supported. I decided to give it a try and control simultaneously Adafruit NeoPixel Ring and Adafruit NeoPixel Stick. Read the full update.
Happy New Year! May the open source be with you! We met our first stretch goal, so we will add awesome stickers for all contributors. Read the full update.