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The Hypnotic Light Cube

February 11, 2014 - Comment

• 64 full color RGB LEDs • Each LED displays 4096 colors • Offers 51 distinct visualizations • Offers 10+ transition effects • Just turn it on and it goes • Never repeats a visualization cycle • Modulates colors with over 8000 image updates a second • 5x5x7 inch clear acrylic case • Plugs into

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• 64 full color RGB LEDs

• Each LED displays 4096 colors

• Offers 51 distinct visualizations

• Offers 10+ transition effects

• Just turn it on and it goes

• Never repeats a visualization cycle

• Modulates colors with over 8000 image updates a second

• 5x5x7 inch clear acrylic case

• Plugs into an AC outlet

Product Features

  • An amazing lightshow
  • Virtually unlimited variations
  • 64 full color RGB LEDs in a 3D 4x4x4 cube
  • The original HypnoCube featuring the most amazing art. Prettier than any other cube!
  • Ambient lighting for home, office, dorm, or party.
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Comments

Bobby Beckner says:

Awesome Light Show 0

W. Mayhew says:

Mezmerizing LED kinetic art lamp The Hypnocube is art lamp meets kinetic art. Well, kinetic in the sense that the 4 by 4 by 4 three dimensional matrix of 64 LEDs constantly changes color through more than fifty programed animation sequences. There are 4096 possible colors uniquely displayed by each LED. On the manufacturer’s web site, it is stated the random number generator comprises 512 bits, which results in a series of sequences that shouldn’t repeat any more often that the age of the universe. I have recognized the basic seqences repeating, but each time they are a little different.The Hypnocube arrived nicely packed in a an anti-scratch wrapper in a box that was pleasantly devoid of styrofoam.The power consumed by the Hypnocube is supposedly only about one watt. The power adapter supplied works from any wall socket voltage 50/60 Hz.The matrix of wires that supports the LEDs is hand made. I don’t think there would be an easy way to get an industrial robot to build the…

myxomycota says:

This thing is really cool! 0

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