TRIKLITS – Color changing LED light strings

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TRIKLITS – Color changing LED light strings

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I saw this at Burning Man (called the Cubatron) and it was incredible, Ryan writes – “These guys just came back from Burning man, having created the worlds largest true 3D display with a bunch of programmable LED strands. And now they’re selling them, along with a USB controller box so you can program to do whatever you want. They’ve documented the protocol incase you want to make your own controller box. I’m putting some lights up in my dorm room that will slowly pulse white when snow is imminent.”Link.

Pictured here, “Big Round Cubatron” by Trixie Pixie.

Related:
The Big Round Cubatron – Link.

6 thoughts on “TRIKLITS – Color changing LED light strings

  1. Niha says:

    Someone here is also planning to sell a similar kit:

    http://majatron.cube.googlepages.com/

  2. Niha says:

    Someone here is also planning to sell a similar kit:

    http://majatron.cube.googlepages.com/

  3. Solo9 says:

    This is cool idea. I am currently working on my mailbox project with LEDs and controller that can make chasing colors. I email Lunar Accents Design technical support last month to get some idea. They hit me back with great idea but the price was so high for individual like my project. So, I am trying to make it by myself

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