Join us tonight for some sub modeling with the Boscoyo Small Fan Arch. We haven’t created an official PPD Certified model yet and we need your help to create these new submodels! I also want to give a shout out to John Margeri as he has wanted to do something like this for a while.
HD DIY Arches are growing in popularity! Did you know that the settings in xLights will help you create the model for these HD arches? Follow along as we show you how to setup your DIY HD arches.
The Mesmerizer Spinner receives an update! We’ve added some new sub models to the original Boscoyo 48″ Mega Spinner called “Radiation”. These new sub models have been added to the new PRO Layout group called Spinner Alert. Beginning September 2021,… Read More
UPDATED AFTER VIDEO: ALTERNATE WIRING ABILITY. Can be wired from the center-out and skip a space. Here is a look at the built-in xLights spinner model. If you have a spinner or plan on making one for your display, you… Read More
***Update Spring 2015… These have been disassembled and rebuilt using RGB bullet pixel nodes. See new video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCrtGR… Using 1/2″ PVC cut to 22″ and connecting 2 “T” connectors together with a bolt, I made the spinner. Each leg… Read More
This is what I used to make my pixel spinners for my 2013 display. Still some assembly work to do after the video was shot. Items used Pixel strip (in silicon sleeve) with 30 RGB’s per meter, 5 meter roll… Read More
Rebuilding and replacing my original pixel strip spinners for 2015. These spinners will have 12 pixels per leg. The old spinners had 5 pixels on each leg. This should provide a much more dense look to the spinner while giving… Read More
Building a GE Color Effects Pixel spinner using PVC pipe. Total of 64 pixels make up this spinner. So far I’m pretty happy with the results. At the end of the video is a demo with music to show how… Read More
Here is another video on how to build a pixel spinner. If you have visited the display you’ll know that the spinners have been used for many years in the Leechburg Lights display. There are 96 individually addressable pixel “bulbs”… Read More