The Everbright, by Alan Rorie of Hero Design, is a giant interactive LiteBrite sculpture utilizing 464 turnable custom light engines designed by LumiGeek. By rotating each cell, users can dial in any color of the rainbow to draw images, random patterns, or designs. An alternate mode allows the Everbright to be controlled remotely, coordinate with […]
Tree of Changes, by Yael Braha, is a large-scale interactive sculpture that encourages viewers to step to a microphone and make a wish. Their wish is then visualized rising up through the base and branches of the tree and becoming one of the leaves of the piece. Voice recognition and learning algorithms are used to […]
LumiGeek was commissioned by the Summit Series to create an immersive LED installation at 9,000 feet for their annual Outside gathering on Powder Mountain above Eden, Utah. The installation consists of 100 strips of addressable LEDs with 90 pixels each, totaling 27,000 individually controllable diodes. Patterns and colors are video-driven, allowing for more organic, breath-like […]
As part of a major retrofit to a massive boombox art car, LumiGeek added over 8000 pixels of accent lighting. The addressable LED strip is spatially mapped for playback of video-based patterns and color-schemes. Our professional grade Ethernet-to-Strip drivers – controllable diode-for-diode – is controlling more than on the Bay Lights. An iPad Mini acts as […]
As a commission by Insomniac for their Electric Daisy Carnival and other events, LumiGeek jumped in to provide three-dimensional spatial mapping of over 60 DMX light fixtures inside the massive sculpture. Conceived by Michael Christian and fabricated by Orion Fredericks and Dallas Swindle, the sculpture illuminates and inspires its onlookers.
Shortly after LumiGeek formed in early 2013, Boulder-based interactive artist, Jen Lewin, commissioned custom circuitry and software to control over 1000 individually addressable LEDs in a new sculpture. Each of the five orbs in The Edison Cloud has nearly 1000 aluminum rings welded together to support 282 individual glass bulbs that have been retrofitted with […]
LumiGeek and Autodesk enjoyed a highly artistic collaboration in early 2013 to create a pair of audio-reactive 3D printed speaker enclosures. The project was rather groundbreaking for several reasons. First, there are very few instances where a 3D printed object is the final product, rather than an artifact of a larger process. (i.e. a proof […]