It seems to me the new app AM/PM option only works in normal color mode. If I try waterfall, random, etc. the clock defaults back to 24 hour time.
I do agree being able to set a time range for it to be dimmer would be great.
That's unfortunate but kind of funny, I was given the assembled clock as a gift and it came with two spares of each fastener (as best I can tell, looks like it based on the construction and assembly video but I haven't taken mine apart yet) along with some other parts, spare battery, and allen wrenches.
As far as numbers 1 and 2, I hope to see more options in the software. Right now the version we have doesn't seem to have the features that they show in the pictures/video on Kickstarter.
Haven't had mine running off anything but my PC but I'll have to hook it up to something to test and see if mine does the same.
Only option right now to address #5 is to custom set the colors to something dimmer. 128/128/128 will be dimmer than 256/256/256 etc. You can obviously fiddle with with that concept to produce the range of colors at varying brightnesses but you'll have 'static' colors then.
Thanks, I was playing with our 6 bit EleksTube today.
- 1: Normal I imagine, this seems to correspond with whatever colors you set using the software
- 2: Water?: this smoothly cycles through colors with each bit being out of sync with each other
- 3: rainbow?: In this mode all the bits cycle in sync through colors
- 4: all digits rapidly randomly cycle numbers ever few second and then stop to display the current time, this repeats over and over, kind of a crazy mode
- 5: seems to run a fixed color and just count 0 to 9 constantly across all 6 bits
This is helpful, thanks! I also noticed that mode #4 can use the custom colors you set in the software.
That might well be the case with number 4, I didn't stay on it long. The crazy flickering of the numbers really didn't do anything for me
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