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LED Electric Windows Add Geometric Patterns (and Space Invaders) to Your Living Room

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Looking for a unique piece of art for your home or office that embodies your geeky aesthetic? Check out these cool LED light sculptures by artist/electrical engineer Andrew O’Malley.

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Each of Andrew’s Electric Window digital sculptures displays a variety of intriguing images as they sit there on your shelf. The LED dot-matrices gradually morph between a variety of geometric patterns, as well as 8-bit game inspired pixel art, including those ubiquitous Space Invaders.

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Check out the video clips below to see a couple of the patterns in action:

In addition to the red LED “Electric Window 3.xx” series, there’s also this cool blue version, “Electric Window 4.xx”, which looks like something that would be blinking in the background on the bridge of the Starship Enterprise, but sadly does not include any Invaders:

Each Electric Window is handmade by O’Malley, and is powered by a custom-programmed Arduino circuit. You can get your hands on one of Andrew’s creations over at his Etsy shop for $125 (USD).



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