TallyPi: Push scene changes to WiFi-enabled tally lights

OBS Lua TallyPi: Push scene changes to WiFi-enabled tally lights 0.4.1

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 Pimoroni Unicorn pHat. It also supports hardware buttons/switches to shutdown the Pi and wake it back up. There is also an enclosure I've created for 3D printing - it's not great, but it works as a light diffuser and includes a mount for a camera flash bracket. It is available from this repository or via Thingiverse.
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  1. Updates for slow and unresponsive networks

    Instead of waiting for a response from the tally lights, the Lua script will now send commands...