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Fast way to continuously wirelessly send data to Arduino(esp)

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asked Oct 20 in General Feature / Product Requests by resslerkeenresslerkeen (160 points)
I want to make some music reactive led panels in my room. Due to the limited processing power of an Arduino, I thought I'd use an raspberry pi to generate a spectrum of the audio in real time and send this to 3 esp's (or more) each controlling a different LED panel. The esp would receive this data and update a maximun of 150 ws2812 LEDs. This would need to be done quite a few times/second.

From what I found online, mqtt might be suitable for sending the data to the esp's. Does anyone know if this would work, and if not, in what other way I could send this data to the esp's?

(sorry of this isn't the correct place to ask this, but I felt like there would be some people in the Arduino community that have experience with wirelessly controlling esp's)

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answered Oct 21 by resslerkeenresslerkeen (160 points)

I want to make some music reactive led panels in my room. Due to the limited processing power of an Arduino, I thought I'd use an raspberry pi to generate a spectrum of the audio in real time and pcpartpicker send this to 3 esp's (or more) each controlling a different LED panel. The esp would receive this data and update a maximun of 150 ws2812 LEDs. This would need to be done quite a few times/second nba reddit.

From what I found online, mqtt might be suitable for sending the data to the esp's. Does anyone know if this would work, and if not, in what other way I could send this data to the esp's? reverse phone lookup

(sorry of this isn't the correct place to ask this, but I felt like there would be some people in the Arduino community that have experience with wireles

my issue got solved!!

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