I made really good progress tonight on two new features -- (2) different animations styles (left to right, center out) and user-defined bar-graph segmentation. Phew!!
Happy Year One! Thanks again to everyone who's visited, posted, helped, and encouraged -- the last year has been exciting! I've had interest from all over the globe; enthusiasts, hobbyists, racers, college students, and builders. I'm excited to share in the continued development of the shift-light with all of you and I look forward to another great year! Thanks again!!!
I'm aware of an issue with the forums - seeking technical help now.
Update: It fixed itself.
The image says it all. I'm still hard at work on V2. I'm developing in the latest Arduino IDE (1.6.5) so I had to re-do quite a few things for syntax errors. (UGH!!!!!!) Anyways -- look forward to some exciting new stuff. I overhauled the RPM sensing function. It's my goal to incorporate two methods in the menu, hopefully this will resolve any future issues with detecting RPM. We also have a slimmed rotary encoder function, pixel animations, RPM calibration tool, redline adjustment, and (my personal favorite) a DEBUG option -- Now, don't get too excited (fear of over-promising and under-delivering), but it'll be a baby oscilloscope built in! Soon you can visualize your actual RPM signal with serial output so you can graph it in Excel. Boom goes the shift-light.
Jon @ Chippernut