I apologize in advance for the vagueness of this question, but here goes.... Has anyone heard of/used a small IC called (I think) a CMOD as a low voltage lighting controller? A couple of years ago I was shown some props using this technology as a pre-programmed, stand alone controller for simple lighting effects. It can be set with a series of commands to open and close circuits, which will then run whenever the chip is receiving power (I think). My current application is building a couple of carry on lanterns. I would like to make my own fire flicker effect. Chances are I'll end up purchasing something, but I'd like to get away from the usual flicker-bulb suspects if I can. Thanks!