I'm quite blank when it comes to electronics, but am trying to learn...
So I bought a DIY Learning Kit from Banggood to get some solder practice.
As you can see from this video, the leds will change color and turn on and off in different patterns.
This question already establish that two pin RGB leds most likely contains some kind of micro chip, but it doesn't say anything about how they can be controlled.
The chip on the board is a STC15F204AE, and I guess that's the one responsible for creating the patterns. But again - how?
Is it just a fixed sequence pattern in the LED, and then the chip ensures that each LED receives power right after the previous, or is the LEDs addressable some how?