This comtains sample source code for using Interop for com with BlinkStick.
Some code examples are: setting the finder to look for BlinkStick devices and returns reference to them, Variable to store reference to the device, Find first BlinkStick on OS, Set the color of the LED to green, and Advanced Usage of BlinkStick Pro frames.
BlinkStick is a smart LED controller with integrated USB firmware. It plugs into your computer and allows control the color of individually addressable or single color LEDs and LED strips and wide range programming language implementations give you the power to control the LEDs without the need to program a microcontroller.
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