In this project, you'll use a Feather RP2040 with DVI Output to build a fun and funky video synth. The Feather runs Arduino code written with the Adafruit Fork of the PicoDVI library. All you'll need is USB power and an HDMI monitor to start visually vibing with shapes, colors and static.
There are four potentiometers that control various parameters for each animation, including RGB color values and speed.
A special shebang (#!) button unleashes glitchy and unruly easter eggs for each animation, ranging from randomness to (simulated) black holes.