For a customer project we would like to implement a floor numbering with Nanolight. The whole thing should be operated dynamically with the rhythm function. At the moment when no music can be heard, the Nanoleaf lights should not be switched off, but should show a pattern. It is important that this mode is reactivated even after the lights have been switched off (no power). Is something like this possible? We are looking for a developer to help us develop such a Nanoleaf plugin. Is there anyone who can do that? What would the cost be ($)? Thank you very much for your help.
Just want to clarify one point:
It is important that this mode is reactivated even after the lights have been switched off (no power).
Do you mean the plugin is reactivated after a power cycle, or should it remain active even if the controller's power button is pressed?
Thanks for your message: Both would be great (if possible). In the best case, the nanleaf light of the floor numbering should always be active.
The plugin will be reactivated if the controller is physically power cycled from the mains, or if turned off and on from the power button.
However, the power button if pressed once to turn off the system will ensure the system will turn off. The plugins cannot override that. Ideally you can just ensure that the buttons on the controller don't get pressed.
Can you elaborate on these lines:
The whole thing should be operated dynamically with the rhythm function. At the moment when no music can be heard, the Nanoleaf lights should not be switched off, but should show a pattern.
What pattern should be shown? And what should be the reaction to sound?
Ohh is the pattern simply showing the number?
Thanks for the information. We would like to build the number directly with the Nanoleafs building blocks. If no sound is played, only a static color should be displayed on all patterns. The reaction to the sound could be the same as with the default rhythm function.
Okay, that's awesome.
Sorry for the slightly delayed response
So the shape of the layout does the part of indicating the number.
No sound means it's on a user defined static color (could be selected from the palette)
Since there is no default rhythm function (a set of rhythm effects are packed into the controller, consider them as stock rhythm effects if you may), you would want to select a specific rhythm effect.