Looking for circadian RGB or RGB(W) lookup table or something I can use to make one.



  • I'm turning an LED strip into a circadian room light, using an 8052 micro-controller, which has very little processing power. I need a table of RGB values that I can sample over the course of a day that align with a circadian graph, or something I can use to make table, or else a very simple function that I could use.

    Does anyone have anything that can help?


  • f.lux team

    You have to know the chromaticities of the RGB and W to do this.
    Most RGB strips will be more saturated than sRGB, and you also need to know the kind of white (warm or cool etc.)


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