TallyPi: Push scene changes to WiFi-enabled tally lights

OBS Python TallyPi: Push scene changes to WiFi-enabled tally lights 0.5.4

A network controlled tally light for cameras, intended for control directly from OBS. Rather than having the lights hit a web gateway hosted by OBS, this reaches out directly to the tally lights and controls them over HTTP. This does not use the websocket plugin and there is no need to open up any firewall holes to your OBS production box - instead the script pushes out commands directly to your lights.

TallyPi is built for the Raspberry Pi and can be used with NeoPixel breakout boards including the 5x10 PixelLeaf RGB Matrix, the Pimoroni Blinkt! pHat, and the Pimoroni Unicorn pHat. Hardware buttons/switches to shutdown the Pi also integrate directly with the TallyPi software to shut lights down in an orderly fashion. A 3D printable enclosure is also available - it's not great, but it works as a light diffuser and includes a mount for a camera flash bracket. STL files to print the enclosure are available from the GitHub releases page or via Thingiverse.
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  1. Release 0.5 with Expanded LED Breakout Board Support

    Release 0.5.2 is out - this provides support for additional breakout boards including: -...
  2. Release 0.4.5 - Dashboard Updates

    Now returns the tally light's hostname, so it can be shown in the dashboard. Name a tally light...
  3. Release 0.4.4 - Python Default, Web Dashboard

    TallyPi will offer the Python plugin script as the default, but Lua will continue to be...