I've finally got round to giving it a try, and after a bit of "phap" it is working (ish). I have a build of the Arduino IDE (1.6) on a PI2 and I tried using that to reprogram the board as an I2C slave.
But be warned, the tools provided have an X86 executable buried in them and I had to rebuild that for the PI, You can get the sourc code from here
https://github.com/watterott/wattuino/t ... ommandline
However running the Random.py demo it seems unstable and keeps stopping with an IOError when executing
I've tried it at the lowest I2C speed and it is still unstable Maybe this is why they were given away ?
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bus.write_i2c_block_data(addr, x, [r, g, b]) #led red green blue