I have limited knowledge of Max/MSP/Jitter. I took a course that I barely passed!
But, I finally have a project that I'd like to pursue. Although, I don't know on the scale of things how hard this will be. So, can you point me in the right direction? Let me know if what I am wanting to create is super hard, or pretty simple? Is this too much for a beginner in MaxMSP/Jitter?
I want to take a video, and output it into a grid of LED lights. The LED lights would become the pixels of the video. This could be in color, or b&w. I could have just 72 x 72 lights, or thousands of them. The resolution would be different... of course. The more pixels, the higher the resolution.
I found a thing called a Peggy Board. Is this a good place to start? I'm open to experimenting, but want to know I am in the right ballpark.
For example, eventually, I'd like to not be limited by Peggy. I'd like to string lights in a room, and the room would become the video screen... But maybe Peggy is a great way to learn about the video signal to LED's?
Bring it on! :)