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Tag: Rgb

Scope 2 Rgb LED Watch Reminds Me of Vector Video Games

Scope 2 Rgb LED Watch Reminds Me of Vector Video Games
I don’t know what it is about these retro-futuristic watches from Japan, but for me they conjure up images of 1980s color vector video games like Tempest or Quantum. The limited-edition Scope 2 watch uses a special multi-color (RGB) LED display to tell the time.

Rgb + Xyz = Fun

Rgb + Xyz = Fun
I came across this nifty concept for an electronic plaything earlier this week and thought I’d share it with you guys. Steve Gilbertson’s interactive color cube uses a 3-axis accelerometer to detect movements and relays that information to a grid of brightly colored LEDs to create a portable light show in a box.

Greenpix: Massive LED Wall Powered by the Sun

Greenpix: Massive LED Wall Powered by the Sun
This huge LED screen displays mesmerizing patterns of light and video to passersby. But the really amazing thing about the enormous wall of light is that it’s completely self-sustaining. That is, the light panels themselves harness the energy of the sun during the day to power a colorful light show at night.

LED Cube Displays 3d Images in Color

LED Cube Displays 3d Images in Color
A while back, I reported on James Clar’s cool 3D cubes which could display images using a grid of about 1000 LEDs connected to a computerized controller. While Clar’s cubes are simply amazing, they can only display monochrome images.

Rgby Color-Sensing Tech Goes Portable

Rgby Color-Sensing Tech Goes Portable
Remember the oh-so-cool RGBy Desk I showed you a few weeks back? The desk uses color sensors and tons of RGB LEDs to change colors to match items placed on top of it. But it was a one-of-a-kind piece that would probably cost thousands of dollars even if you could buy one.

Rgby LED Desktop Offers Chameleon-Like Surface

Rgby LED Desktop Offers Chameleon-Like Surface
This amazing LED tabletop surface can sense the color of objects placed on top of it, then automatically change its own colors to match. The RGBy desk uses small clusters of photo sensors and multicolored LEDs to work its color-changing magic.