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Thread: Using laser galvo projection for live vector graphics from Raspberry Pi

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    I thought you said LaserBoy couldn't do live image. I want to push about 30 different SVG per second, would laserboy be able to do that ?

  2. #12
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    LaserBoy reads and writes files. It can import vector art in a few different ways and export that as an optimized wave. You play that wave into a modified sound device aka LaserBoy DAC to show it. You can't really have much more than about 1/10th of a second worth of data in each frame or it will flicker so much it will give you a headache. That's true with any method you use.
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