The third generation of our Interactive LED Panels! Now available to order, as fully assembled and ready to use!
Einzigartig und nur exklusiv bei uns.
Wait-- what? Interactive LED panels are giant circuit boards filled superbright LEDs that respond in a complex, subtle, and gentle fashion to stimulus provided by human interaction. They can be used as interactive art on your wall, or tucked under glass to make your own Interactive LED Coffee Table. The best way to get the idea is to watch a video and see how the panels behave.
(That's an 8-panel setup in the video. Incidentally, the video showing our previous model panels-- in dull orange not black.
The LEDs in our panels are normally dim and constant-- the most you'll see in a dark room is a faint glow of twinkling like the night sky. But when you set your glass down on an interactive table, the table "sees" the motion, and induces a slight ripple starting in that location that can spread out to other areas as it dissipates. The overall effect is a bit like touching a pool of water, in that your local disturbance turns into an overall gentle rippling, and eventually settles down. It is decidedly not a disco floor-- there is not any blinking, programmed oscillations, or for that matter, any digital electronics at all-- the circuitry is completely analog for improved aesthetics and reduced eyestrain.
The panels work well under clear or frosted glass or plastic surfaces, and work in light conditions from darkness to sunlight.
New Design Our new circuit board panels are black, 12" x 12"(~30.5 cm) square, with 80 superbright white LEDs arranged on a regular grid. Each circuit board panel has four motion sensor nodes, each of which controls 20 of the LEDs. So, a 6-panel setup covers six square feet of area (1x6 or 2x3), has 24 sensors and 480 LEDs, while an 8-panel version has 32 sensor nodes and 640 LEDs. We have also added new plug-in plug-out connectors to each board edge making it easy to reconfigure the panels in any rectangular arrangement.
Interactive panels are essentially stand-alone devices. They require power to be provided but no computer or other external control is needed. Neighboring panels that are connected together through their edge connectors can share power and communications between sensor nodes.
Our standard power supplies can provide power to up to 12 panels. Larger numbers of panels can also be connected together if you wish to build a larger display; instructions on how to do this ship with the panels. You mount these panels on a wall, in a coffee table, or on facing sides of a hallway, for an interesting art project.
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